October 29th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley
The shipping industry creates more carbon emissions than most of the world's countries. A new plan would reduce those emissions, but companies have already figured out how to do an end run around the new rules. Human behavior is so predictable.
April 16th, 2018 | by Joshua S Hill
Announced last week, the United Nations International Maritime Organization has adopted a new commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across the sector, seeking to peak emissions "as soon as possible" and to reduce annual emissions by at least 50% by 2050.
April 11th, 2018 | by James Ayre
The global average cost of shipping fuels will rise by around 25% in 2020, due to the new sulfur limits set to go into effect then, according to a new report from the consultancy Wood Mackenzie
April 9th, 2018 | by James Ayre
The government of Norway and the country's shipowners’ association have revealed their preference for global shipping related greenhouse gas emissions goals to target a figure of 50% by 2050, the two entities have revealed ahead of talks next week in London.
January 3rd, 2014 | by Nicholas Brown
The government of Japan is working with a consortium of maritime shipping companies and the University Of Tokyo to develop [&hellip
January 27th, 2012 | by Charis Michelsen
The European Union keeps looking for ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; one of those ways is Initiative 120 (the one where they want all new cars to have less than 120g/km of carbon dioxide emissions). Another place to cut down emissions is the shipping industry – it’s just that the EU doesn’t quite know where to start