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The new venture will offer its clients access to carbon offsets via a partnership agreement to address their environmental sustainability and carbon-neutral shipping needs, as well as their future environmental compliance requirements
Shipping is facing intense pressure to comply with decarbonisation targets but ‘the Greta Thunbergs of this world’ are likely to call for a shortening of timelines, a webinar discussion heard
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