NGOs called on the IMO to protect the Arctic marine environment from the impacts of international shipping, by agreeing to a new regulation banning the use and carriage of HFO as fuel by ships operating in Arctic waters during this week’s “Arctic IMO Summit” in London.
As the IMO works to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, technical measures to limit engine power are among the ideas being considered to reduce CO2 from the existing fleet.
What is crucial is that every possible effort is made to ensure the shipping industry reduces its climate impact and that new fuels contribute to this objective and not work against it.
NYK will be able to provide more customers with a low-carbon transportation mode, and the company will continue its efforts to reduce its environmental load and contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.
Hapag-Lloyd is bunkering “bio”: To reduce the CO2 emissions generated by operating ships, one of its ships recently refueled in Rotterdam with a new, eco-friendly biofuel.
The tech company is launching a new service on its online marketplace allowing companies to easily identify the greenest route and consciously choose transport modes with the least impact on the environment.
Carbon trading system is extremely important to the maritime industry. However, as the system is knew there is a lot of doubt surrounding it. The article describes the problems with carbon trading in the maritime industry.
The carbon credit trading system is used in the maritime industry to increase awareness of maritime players towards marine environment. Find out how the carbon credit trading system works in the maritime industry.
2019 AGM Faroe Islands: Representatives of the world’s national shipowners’ associations met last week in the Faroe Islands to review the priorities of the global shipowners’ association, the ICS.