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Tag: climate change

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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Major banks at risk over climate change, research says

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In the face of impending climate change mitigation regulations both inside and outside of the shipping industry, there is a need to better understand which assets will remain competitive, which will not, and what this will mean for the owners and financiers of billions worth of assets. Report outlines a possible approach to evaluating shipping’s risks associated with climate change mitigation policy through an illustrative case study of investments in the newbuild drybulk fleet in the size range 60,000-99,999 dwt.

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Five ways to reduce global warming over the next decade

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The World Economic Forum released a video recommending five ways to decelerate global warming over the next ten years. These five ways include coal use reduction, replacing the ordinary vehicles with electric ones, introducing green buildings, applying low-carbon technology in agriculture and eliminating deforestation.

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New modelling catches extreme waves

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Using decades of global climate data generated at a spatial resolution of about 25 kilometers squared, researchers from the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley Lab were able to capture the formation of tropical cyclones, also referred to as hurricanes and typhoons, and the extreme waves that they generate. Those same models, when run at resolutions of about 100 kilometers, missed the tropical cyclones and the big waves up to 30 meters high.

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