Port of Amsterdam Striving to Become Future Ready

Port of Amsterdam

The Port of Amsterdam has embarked on a number of initiatives aimed at a more sustainable future.

Hamburg Süd Cuts Its CO2 Footprint by 40 Pct

Hamburg Süd containership

Hamburg Süd has reduced its CO2 emissions by 40 pct per TEUkm by the end of 2017 compared to 2009.

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ICS Clamps Down on Efficiency Indexing of Individual Ships

Container shipping general

ICS voiced its fierce opposition to the concept of mandatory operational efficiency indexing of individual ships.

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Cargill on the Hunt for New CO2 Reduction Technologies

Jan Dieleman, president of Cargill’s ocean transportation business

Cargill launches CO2 Challenge to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s CO2 emissions.

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Shipowners Stand Alone in Cutting CO2 Emissions

John Platsidakis

Overall burden for reducing emissions from shipping is being unfairly put on ships and shipowners.

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British Ports Told to Develop Air Quality Plans by 2019

DP World London Gateway

Clean Air Strategy 2018 requires all major ports in England to develop air quality plans within the next year.

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Hapag-Lloyd Sets Its First Climate Goal

Hapag-Lloyd is planning to cut its CO2 footprint by 20 percent by 2020.

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IMO Members Agree on 50 Pct GHG Emissions Cut


IMO member states agreed to require the shipping sector to reduce its emissions by at least 50 pct.

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2 Countries Yet to Approve IMO's Plan to Cut Shipping's GHG

IMO Secretary General Kitak Lim

IMO set to announce details of initial IMO Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Strategy for Ships.

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All Eyes on IMO to Draft Ship Pollution Reduction Strategy

International Maritime Organization

IMO is under the spotlight as 72nd session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee starts in London.

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Pressure Mounts on IMO to Set CO2 Reduction Targets

Governments will have to compromise on the reduction of CO2 emissions by shipping.

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Maersk: Shipping Must Raise Its Game to Cut Pollution

The shipping industry must take responsibility for its fair share of carbon emissions in order to tackle climate ...

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EU to Act on Shipping Emissions from 2023 If IMO Fails

The European Parliament and Council have today reached a provisional agreement to revise the EU Emissions Trading ...

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MRV Compliance: What Lies Ahead?

The deadline for shipping companies to submit their MRV monitoring plans for verification expired on August 31. The ...

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IEA: Shipping Lagging Behind in CO2 Reduction

The shipping industry will have to commit to more ambitious policies, and fast, if it wants to get on track with ...

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Shipowners Urge IMO to Set Timeline to Cut GHG Emissions

The world’s national shipowner associations represented by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have urged ...

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NYK Line, K Line Axe CO2 Emissions by Using Big Data

Japanese shipping companies NYK Line and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) achieved CO2 emission cuts from their ships ...

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Sekimizu's View on CO2 Emissions Danger to the Planet

The Republic of the Marshall Islands has expressed great concern over the outgoing Secretary-General of the IMO, ...

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ECSA: EU Trusts in IMO to Regulate CO2 Emissions

The EU Council’s decision to entrust the IMO with the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) from ...

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Container Lines Cutting Carbon Footprint

Container Lines Carrying More while Polluting Less

At least three factors have substantially cut the fuel consumption of containerships: slow-steaming, the trend ...

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Carnival Cuts CO2 Emissions Ahead of Schedule

Cruise giant Carnival Corporation & plc has met its corporate goal to reduce its rate of CO2 emissions from ...

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Japan: Air-lubrication System on Two Module Carriers ...

Japan - Air-lubrication System on Two Module Carriers Reduces CO2 Emissions by 6 pct

Nippon Yusen Kaisha and two NYK Group companies, the Monohakobi Technology Institute (MTI) and NYK-Hinode Line ...

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