The Clean Arctic Alliance urged the IMO Member States to reduce the impact of black carbon emissions from international shipping on the Arctic environment, as the UN body gathers in London for a meeting of its MEPC74. During the meeting, a number of issues, including black carbon emissions and heavy fuel oil in the Arctic will feature on the agenda.
According to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, data showed that ice is nearly 10% below average this January in the Arctic, an area larger than the states of California, Oregon and Washington combined. Carbon emissions are causing this change.
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