A key project to support the reduction of GHG emissions from shipping in developing countries through regional maritime technology cooperation centres has been extended to March 2022.
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EC should address fuel suppliers by introducing sub-targets to make low- and zero-carbon fuels available for shipping and by increasing the multiplier for renewable fuels used in the maritime sector under the Renewable Energy Directive (RED).
While the EU parliament called for an emission ban at berth, Yara Marine Technologies relaunch cold ironing to their green tech portfolio, partnering with NG3.
A new research and innovation activities will assess the impact of emerging global trade corridors on the TEN-T network, ensuring effective connectivity and sustainability of the European Global Network.
The EU & IMO recently issued new guidelines requiring ship operators to implement pre-boarding screening of seafarers.
ICS welcomed the guidance issued by the European Commission which calls on EU member states, in coordination with the Commission, to designate ports around EU shores for fast-track crew changes.
Further to club’s previous alert, the EMSA has released the attached guidance on the inspections from the EU port States to enforce provisions of the Ship Recycling Regulation.
The European Union will announce 22 new commitments at the 2019 edition of Our Ocean conference, which will take place in Oslo, Norway on 23-24 October 2019, for better governance of the oceans.
A global network of maritime technology cooperation centres has completed an impressive array of pilot projects over the past three years, helping to drive forward the changes which are required to reduce GHG emissions from shipping.