The Zero-Emission Shipping Mission publish the Industry Roadmap. This publication brings us a step closer to achieving our goal and making zero-emission shipping the natural choice for ship owners.
International shipping accounts for 2-3 pct. of global CO2 emissions, and emissions are projected to grow if no action is taken. The Zero-Emission Shipping Mission under the auspices of Mission Innovation has published an Industry Roadmap identifying the innovation needs to ensure zero-emission fuels, ships, and fueling infrastructure by 2030 and making zero-emission shipping the natural choice for ship owners.
The Roadmap is being presented and discussed at Mission Innovation Annual Gathering in New Delhi this week. It is an important step towards Zero-Emission Shipping as it identifies the industry innovation needs, the existing work, and what innovation gaps to prioritize to accelerate progress towards zero-emission pathways in international shipping.
The Zero-Emission Shipping Mission is led by Denmark, the United States, Norway, Global Maritime Forum, and the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and is supported by Singapore, the United Kingdom, India, Morocco, Ghana, France and South Korea.