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The International Maritime Organization’s role as the leading vehicle for shipping’s decarbonisation trajectory will be under even more scrutiny after the agreement on a short-term greenhouse gas measure
Several shipping sectors have been bailed out with financial support during the health crisis, but with few terms attached, aid threatens to distort the market
The International Maritime Organization’s talks this week on a short-term greenhouse gas measure have left some delegates dismayed by what they see as a lower level of ambition
A number of seafarers on the vessel Metis Leader have been working on board in excess of the 11 months maximum permitted under the Maritime Labour Convention and the 14 months limit allowed by Australian authorities
A bill backed by the Democrats would establish an emissions reporting regime in the US as well as impose vessel speed reduction, renewable energy production and a limit on oil and gas exploration
Listen to a special edition podcast produced in association with Hyde Marine that examines the state of play with the Ballast Water Management Convention, which came into force a year ago but has been overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic
The former president of the European Community Shipowners’ Association once again rejects the EU’s efforts to impose emissions regulations. However, he acknowledges it has become more difficult for the Greek shipping industry to influence European regulators
Shipping has passed a point of no return on transitioning from fossil fuels to zero-carbon alternatives. Now industry experts are calling for global regulation to ensure vessel operations remains a viable business
The flag state nation has criticised an IMO proposal for a short-term greenhouse gas measure being developed this week as falling short of international climate ambitions
WA will force Australians arriving to the state by sea to isolate in hotels for two weeks after two people, who had tested negative, left a livestock carrier which later reported an outbreak. The state is considering turning back infected ships after four outbreaks in three weeks, according to reports
A surprising declaration by some shipping leaders backing the implementation of regional decarbonisation measures has further highlighted the divisions in the industry on the pace, scale and regulatory framework needed to achieve the aim of being carbon neutral by 2050
Besieged by external and internal challenges, shipping needs to decide on its priorities. The Lloyd's List Posidonia Forum discusses what must be tackled now
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