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UK unveils plans to reduce shipping emissions

The United Kindom's (UK) Government Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has launched plans to examine the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the shipping...

Critical decade in battle against climate change

According to the United Nations (UN), the agreement reached by 196 nations at COP21 on 12 December 2015, which entered into force nearly a...

IMO calls for action to fight Gulf of Guinea piracy

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has called for increased collaboration and action to tackle an escalation in the number and severity of attacks in...

TS Lines says IMO rules could cause 2023 vessel shortage

TS Lines chairman Chen Te-sheng believes that new regulations governing greenhouse gas emissions, due in less than two years could cause a shortage of...

Fears grow that stranded crew numbers will return to 2020 levels

Eleven industry figures shared their concerns that Covid-19 variants could see crew numbers trapped on board ships beyond the end of their contracts soar...

IMO and Germany ink emissions reduction agreement

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Germany have signed an agreement on the development of a project proposal to help reduce maritime transport emissions...

Half of trapped seafarers repatriated says IMO

The number of seafarers unable to travel home due to Covid-19 restrictions has halved according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) secretary general, Kitack...

Seaforestation could transform the decarbonisation debate

Finding alternative fuels that will meet International Maritime Organization and Paris Agreement targets within the next 10 years is a challenge. Some in the...

IRS set to certify Indian built boxes

Tapping into the consistent shortage of containers, the Government of India and DG Shipping has authorised class society the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS),...

Box losses don’t stack up. Part One

Container stack collapses have seen a spike in recent months with vessels losing a combined total of around 5,762 containers from five major incidents...
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