GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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Tag: GHG

Maritime cooperation centres launched in Africa and Pacific

africa maritime centre

The centres will be regional focal points for various activities, such as ensuring compliance with existing and future international energy-efficiency regulations, promoting uptake of low-carbon technologies and operations in maritime transport, and establishing voluntary pilot data-collection and reporting systems to feed back into the global regulatory process.

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Green Marine shipowners reduce GHG emissions

reduce ghg emissions

Ship owners participating in the Green Marine environmental certification program have demonstrated an average annual reduction in GHG intensity of 1.4%. The ship owners that provided data represent more than 250 vessels of various types, including tug, passenger and cargo ferry, bulk, container, etc.

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New study defines decarbonisation pathway for shipping

decarbonisation for shipping

In order for an ambitious GHG reduction strategy to be delivered, Zero Emission Vessels will need to form a significant proportion of newbuilds in shipping fleets from 2030. A new study by LR and UMAS demonstrates the viability of ZEVs, identifying what needs to be in place to make them a competitive solution for decarbonisation. 

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Death of fossil fuels coming soon in shipping

fossil fuels shipping

Marine bunker suppliers should anticipate that there may no longer be significant demand for fossil fuels from shipping within as little as 25 years, if not sooner, and that the sector is now on an inevitable trajectory towards a future of zero CO2 emissions, ICS noted.

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Shipping industry gets ready for COP23

As part of this year's UN Climate Change Conference COP23 in Bonn, consolidating the aims and ambitions of the Paris Agreement, a group of international shipping leaders will meet on 13 November, onboard the RheinFantasie river vessel,  to create an Action Plan for the decarbonisation of the maritime sector.

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