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EnvironmentUS to join global effort to decarbonize shipping industry -Kerry

Reuters 21 Apr 2021
The United States will join an effort by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 in the global shipping industry, climate envoy John Kerry announced on Tuesday ahead of a climate leaders summit President Joe Biden will host this week.
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Why we must regulate grey water now

Splash24/7 21 Apr 2021
Onboard vacuum collection systems push the concentrations even higher, making ship sewage the most concentrated across all industries (Table 2) ... In contrast, passenger ships carrying as few as 12 passengers are given nutrient standards that are considered unnecessary, not beneficial, and unviable by industries on land (Table 4).
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U.S. to Join IMO Efforts to Cut GHG Emissions as U.K. Targets Shipping

The Maritime Executive 21 Apr 2021
to join the efforts to require the shipping industry, as one of the larger contributors of greenhouse gases, to enact and enforce strict standards ... is committing to work with the IMO to reach zero emissions from the shipping industry by 2050." ... from the shipping industry by 2050.
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Jiangsu Hantong secures 10 bulk carrier order from Nisshin

Seatrade Maritime News 21 Apr 2021
Jiangsu Hantong Ship Heavy Industry has announced an order for ten 82,000dwt kamsarmax bulk ...
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SEA-LNG Responds to World Bank Citing Risk of Mistaken Conclusions

The Maritime Executive 21 Apr 2021
Responding to the World Bank report recommending avoiding LNG in the efforts to decarbonize shipping, industry coalition SEA-LNG cautioned against waiting for future fuels that continue to face significant hurdles and not using a proven fuel that is providing advantages today in the efforts to reduce GHG emissions.
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SQLearn & Moore Greece Commence Online Training Program Innovative

The Maritime Executive 21 Apr 2021
SQLearn having many years of recognized experience in providing e-learning, is committed to improving safety in the shipping industry and uses e-learning methods to ...
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Melting ice in Arctic linked to bowhead whales holding off annual migration

The Guardian 21 Apr 2021
... ice melts at pace in the Arctic, the mining and shipping industry has carved itself an opportunity out of the crisis.
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How Israel is developing Scorpion, at the heart of France's future defence system

The New Arab 21 Apr 2021
Just recently The European Maritime Safety Agency commissioned a consortium composed of Airbus and Israel Aerospace Industries on the one hand, and Elbit on the other, to discuss Heron and Hermes drones meant to spot ships that carry migrants in the Mediterranean.
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BARTech, Yara Marine to offer wind-assisted propulsion for shipping industry

Renewables Now 20 Apr 2021
UK-based BAR Technologies (BARTech) announced on Monday that it has entered into a partnership with Yara Marine Technologies to design and implement wind-assisted propulsion for the global shipping industry ... other large shipping vessels.
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US to join global effort to decarbonize shipping industry, says Kerry

Hindustan Times 20 Apr 2021
The United States will join an effort by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 in the global shipping industry, U.S ... emissions from international shipping by no later than 2050," he told a conference hosted by the Ocean Conservancy.
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Safety of Ammonia as Marine Fuel is Focus of Industry Collaboration

The Maritime Executive 20 Apr 2021
Leading companies from across all the segments of the maritime industry are coming together in a project managed by Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping to develop the safety parameters and protocols necessary to accelerate the safe adoption of ammonia as a fuel for the shipping industry.
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Standard Chartered signs up to the Poseidon Principles

Splash24/7 20 Apr 2021
Standard Chartered announced today that it has become a signatory to the Poseidon Principles, a global framework that aims to align carbon emissions in the shipping industry with the international targets set by the International Maritime Organization.
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China Takes Steps in Hydrogen Fuel Cell Development

The Maritime Executive 20 Apr 2021
China took a step forward in the race to develop commercial hydrogen technology for the shipping industry ... CCS says that the approval marks a major milestone in China’s pursuit of commercially viable alternative fuels and provides a new channel for the use of hydrogen fuel cells on ships.
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Imperial Logistics reaches deal to sell its South American shipping business

Independent online (SA) 20 Apr 2021
CAPE TOWN - IMPERIAL Logistics has moved further to refocus its operations after announcing yesterday that it would sell its South American shipping business of more than 90 vessels to Hidrovias do Brasil for about $100 million (R1.43 billion) ... and commodities industries.
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