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Tag: Arctic shipping

Challenges and opportunities emerging from the Arctic change

Α recently published report presents the European perspectives towards a changing Arctic and suggests how the European Union and its Member States can play a positive role in several policy areas. For the shipping sector, Europe should set ambitious targets and mandatory requirements for Arctic shipping and support environmental and security monitoring.

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Deltamarin to deliver first three eco container ships

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Deltamarin announced that Icelandic Eimskip Ltd and Greenland-based Royal Arctic Line A/S ordered the first three container vessels from its energy-efficient cargo ship family. The ships will be built at the Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard in China, with which Deltamarin (China) Co., Ltd has signed a design contract.

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WWF publishes Arctic Council scorecard

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WWF issued its Arctic Council Conservation Scorecard, the first-ever assessment of national and joint implementation of Arctic Council commitments related to biodiversity and conservation. The scorecard corresponds to the long-year efforts of Arctic states to pursue conservation regarding safeguard efforts of the Arctic environment, through the Arctic Council.

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IMO Sec-Gen talks on Polar Code developments

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Attending the Senior Arctic Officials Meeting in Juneau, Alaska,on 8-9 March, IMO Secretary General, Kitack Lim, noted the great controversy between economic development and increasing commercial activity in the Arctic region and highlighted the importance of good collaboration between IMO and the Arctic Council in Polar Code development.

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NGOs demand Arctic shipping clean up

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The Clean Arctic Alliance is calling on the international community to sign up to the Arctic Commitment, in an effort to spearhead the protection of Arctic communities and ecosystems from risks posed by the use of marine heavy fuel oil (HFO). CEO of Hurtigruten, Daniel Skjeldam signed the Arctic Commitment along with Dr Sian Prior, lead advisor to the Clean Arctic Alliance, becoming the latest members to join this international coalition of environmental organisations and support the campaign for a ban on heavy fuel oil use in the Arctic.

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