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San Pedro Bay and Shanghai ports implement first Transpacific green shipping corridor

The world's first green shipping corridor across the Pacific is taking form. According to a statement, a  voluntary partnership of leading maritime goods movement stakeholders unveiled a Green Shipping Corridor Implementation Plan Outline to cut emissions on one of the world's busiest container shipping routes across the Pacific Ocean, including the Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Shanghai.

The plan was created with the help of C40 Cities as part of its campaign to reduce carbon emissions from the world's greatest cities.

The plan will highlight cutting-edge goods movement technology, decarbonisation applications, and best management practices to improve efficiency, as well as accelerate technological, economic, and legislative initiatives to decarbonise shipping and port-related activities.

As part of the plan, ocean carriers will begin deploying reduced or zero lifetime carbon capable ships on the corridor by 2025. They will collaborate to demonstrate the possibility of deploying the world's first zero-lifecycle carbon emission container ship(s) by 2030.

CMA CGM, COSCO Shipping Lines, Maersk, and ONE are among the carrier partners. Other key partners are Shanghai International Port (Group), the China Classification Society, and the Asia Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre.

Participants in the Green Shipping Corridor Partnership will take action to minimise carbon emissions and hazardous pollutant emissions that affect air quality by increasing the use of shore power and promoting the development of clean marine fuelling infrastructure.

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