The document outlines a new set of aggressive near-term and long-term strategies for the nation’s busiest harbor complex to further reduce harmful air pollution from all port-related sources.
GE Power and Fincantieri achieved a significant milestone on 4th July, for the co-development of a new emission control solution to reduce pollution in the marine industry.
The Clean Arctic Alliance called on IMO member states to support a Canadian proposal to mitigate the risks posed by the use of HFO in Arctic waters.
ICS has agreed to urge IMO to adopt some dramatic CO2 reduction objectives – on behalf of the international shipping sector as a whole.
In cooperation with MAN Diesel & Turbo, a young DTU researcher develops new software that makes it possible to limit emissions of NOx particles and black smoke.
New data presented by researchers at Lund University and others in the journal Oceanologia show that the air along the coasts is full of hazardous nanoparticles from sea traffic. Almost half of the measured particles stem from sea traffic emissions, while the rest is deemed to be mainly from cars but also biomass combustion, industries and natural particles from the sea.
China is considering regulating emissions from boats and ships, the environment ministry said on Monday, as it tries to clamp down on pollution.
The new MARPOL Annex VI ultra-low-sulphur fuel oil regulations came into force as of 1 January 2015 introduced a significant regulatory change with respect to the maximum permissible content of sulphur(S) in marine fuels in designated sulphur emission control areas (SECAs), from max. 1.0% S to max. 0.1% S.