Oslo Harbor KF has signed a cooperation agreement with the Bellona Foundation. Under the agreement, Bellona will collaborate with the Port of Oslo to make the port emission-free. It will also distribute the lessons learned from this project with the international community.
Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest cruise company, has signed an agreement of cooperation with Norwegian-based NGO Bellona Foundation to focus in improvement of environmental and sustainability impact, as part of their shared vision of a more sustainable cruise industry.
An electric revolution for a zero-emission future is taking place to the seas, according to Bellona as cited at one of its COP23 side events on electrification of maritime transport in Bonn, Germany, last week. ‘The technology is here, what we need is regulation’ was a key message echoed by the speakers.
Bellona said that the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association (NSA) calls for a ban on the use of Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO), joining the team of international organisations who want to ban heavy oil in the vulnerable waters around Arctic region.
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