One year of IMO Sulphur cap: Lessons learned and the way forward

Indications are that the transition to 2020 sulphur cap has been ‘’extremely smooth, a testament to the preparations of all stakeholders prior to the new rules entering into force”, IMO said on the occasion of one year of implementation of the IMO Sulphur Cap requirement

Charterers tackle carbon with the Sea Cargo Charter

The Sea Cargo Charter (SCC) provides a framework that enables shipowners, charterers and cargo owners in the bulk industry to align their activities and promote shipping’s green transition, explains Mr. Mark Smith, Loss Prevention Executive at The North Club.

New study unveils sailing ships as an attractive decarbonization solution

Dutch cargo company EcoClipper has released a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), which examines the impact of their proposed sailing vessel in the transport industry. The study showed that the environmental and human health impact of the EcoClipper500 is significantly lower than conventional shipping methods.

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