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Tag: climate change

Arctic ice melting to cause trillion-dollar damage

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According to a new study, if the warming of the Arctic continues at the same pace, the ice melt could cost the world trillions of dollars by 2100, along with profound impacts on human health and safety. It is estimated that the cumulative cost of the changes unfolding in the Arctic could range from $7 trillion to $90 trillion.

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Studying potential consequences of climate change in Rotterdam port

Port of Rotterdam

Rotterdam port Authority has announced that the port area is anticipating climate change as it is effectively protected against floods. This is one of the conclusions of a recently-completed joint study that focussed on water safety in the port area: the Botlek Water Safety pilot project. This is a unique project that will study the potential consequences of climate change for the Botlek area – and to determine which measures can be taken in response.

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IMO highlights Polar Code importance

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IMO announced that Polar Code took centre stage at the Arctic Council in Juneau, Alaska,on 8-9 March, where IMO Secretary-General, Kitack Lim, delivered a speech on the importance of the Code and highlighted the safety of seafarers and the environmental protection as key elements of the Code.

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Lloyd’s: The future for renewable low carbon energy

energy

The video informs on Lloyd's Register's research on renewable carbon energy, presenting opinions of industry leaders and experts from around the global sector, on possible technology solutions for balancing the demand for low cost energy with the urgent need to reduce carbon emissions and meet climate change goals.

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