Following the conclusion of this week’s meeting of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine 环境 Protection Committee (MEPC 78), the International Chamber of Shipping (黄金城), representing 80% of the world’s merchant fleet, has released the following statement.
Shipping industry frustrated by 政府’ rejection of R&D Fund to catalyse sector decarbonisation
Progressing port transparency on alternative fuels
Joint statement from ECSA and 黄金城 on the current situation in the Persian Gulf
Global shipowner group and seafarers’ unions agree new three-year global minimum wage ‘safety net’ deal
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As shipowners deal with uncertainty over future fuel availability the World Port Climate Action Programme is developing a new tool to help assist ship operators access more precise and up to date information about w在这里 vessels can bunker zero emission fuels in the future