A new CE Delft study for NGOs Seas At Risk and Transport & Environment found that a 10% speed reduction would still see a slight increase of emissions between 2018 and 2030, while 20% and 30% would put shipping emissions on a downward path even in the absence of other measures.
Transport Canada has issued a $6,000 penalty to the Canadian Coast Guard Ship ‘Sir William Alexander’, for an alleged non-compliance with the temporary mandatory slow down in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
In an effort to protect North Atlantic right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the Canadian government announced the enforcement of the speed restriction, applying to vessels travelling in the western Gulf of St. Lawrence, between the Quebec north shore and just north of Prince Edward Island.
MOL recently announced that the US NOAA Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary has honored the company for the its participation in the 2016 VSR incentive program.
As of end of February, Carnival Maritime collaborates with the Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center (HVCC) in order to optimally plan the movements of the AIDA and Costa cruise ships in the Port of Hamburg and the narrow river Elbe.
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