One Ocean recognises that Norway, as a seafaring nation with long traditions and history, is well placed to use its knowledge and resources to create sustainable, global solutions.
On 18th July, the Realisation and Demonstration of Advanced Material Solutions for Sustainable and Efficient Ships (RAMSSES) project reached a key milestone.
On World Oceans Day, Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, IMO invites a celebration of the majesty, beauty, and sheer wonder of our oceans and the ships that ply their trade on them.
Ferry shipping company Stena Line continues to reduce CO2 emissions and is now ten years ahead of the international shipping targets for reducing emissions.
A new reality demands a new approach. Here Product Manager, Yaskawa Environmental Energy/The Switch, argues that we can’t afford to let the greatest opportunity within the current crisis slip away…
Zero-emission operation dry cargo ship enabled by hybrid and electric solutions – distant dream or commercially viable proposition? Discuss.
Building on more than 60 years of collaboration, the Port of Los Angeles and Port Authority of Nagoya, Japan have signed a MoU to further cooperate and exchange information on projects focused on operational efficiency and environmental sustainability.
The companies signed a MoU to develop joint circular economy projects to identify and implement technical solutions to confront the issue of marine litter, which affects the marine and coastal ecosystem due to floating plastic waste and microplastics.
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has spoken of the “urgent need” to develop concrete measures to support IMO’s initial strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.