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Arctic Shipping

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Daily Briefing November 29 2021

One hundred: Shipping’s most influential people in 2021 | The ‘usual speed of IMO co-operation’ is not fast enough | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Yet another missed opportunity to decarbonise shipping

Daily Briefing EU

Little progress on decarbonisation as another IMO meeting ends

The Marine Environment Protection Committee ended with little progress on emissions controls despite public pressure to increase its climate target: ‘It’s almost as if COP26 never happened’

International IMO

Daily Briefing November 26 2021

Supply chains need fundamental rethinking following systemic shocks | Maersk sees slowdown in 2022 demand growth | IMO mulls voluntary switch to cleaner fuels in the Arctic

Daily Briefing Maersk Group

IMO mulls voluntary switch to cleaner fuels in the Arctic

The IMO came close to approving a voluntary measure against black carbon in the Arctic, but Russia and others objected and the matter was referred to a working group instead

International IMO

Little time to talk carbon taxes as IMO states wrestle with 2050 resolution

Familiar splits concerning emissions regulations dominated the second day of the Marine Environment Protection Committee. There are now just three hours left of the MEPC77’s allotted time to discuss weightier topics on reducing greenhouse gas emissions

International IMO

COP26 opens with call to collaborate on emissions cuts

Shipping groups renewed calls for climate action as the COP26 conference started in Glasgow. Industry groups and the International Maritime Organization hope to get the world’s attention at side events over the next fortnight

International Sustainability
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