The global shipping industry and welfare organisations have come together to support seafarers though the #SeafarersDeliveringChristmas campaign 2020.
The officially translated Review bridges language barriers and offers the Chinese audience a comprehensive summary of issues in which ICS is engaged on behalf of the international shipping industry.
Although total emissions from shipping are about 7% lower than in 2008, there is a limit to what can be achieved so long as ships remain dependent on fossil fuels and global demand for maritime services continues to grow.
A new report from the ICS has laid bare the scale of the industry’s decarbonisation challenge. It also sets the scene for governments to back an industry proposal to form a global $5bn R&D fund to de-risk future investment.
The International Chamber of Shipping is set to deliver two new initiatives to help the shipping industry face the continuing challenges brought by the digital revolution of the maritime sector.
International Chamber of Shipping establishes extensive diversity report examining shipping companies and ship-owners around the world
ICS welcomes the comprehensive package of additional CO2 reduction measures for the existing global fleet, agreed today by an overwhelming number of governments from across the world after an intensive week-long virtual meeting at the UN IMO.
A great deal has changed since March when the International Chamber of Shipping first issued guidance for the global shipping industry to help combat the spread of COVID-19.
ICS, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) are calling for the immediate disembarkation of 27 rescued people trapped onboard a cargo ship.