On the sidelines of COP 25, the International Chamber of Shipping highlighted the urgency of rapidly improving the industry’s fuel efficiency, as demanded now by the sector and the Governments, also welcoming the 4th industrial revolution, aiming to the industry’s rapid decarbonization.
COP 25 has seen several fruitful proposals and actions to save the environment, one of them being the proposition of Global Investors calling governments to accelerate their efforts to tackle climate change and global warming.
During the COP 25, the IMO presented its latest work concerning reducing GHG emissions, referring to its initial strategy and commitment on extinguishing shipping GHG emissions, as a matter of urgency, given the environmental disruption of climate change.
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