LR inked a joint development project (JDP) with Anemoi Marine Technologies (Anemoi) and Shanghai Merchant Ship Design and Research Institute (SDARI) to develop a series of energy efficient vessel designs equipped with rotor sails.
Hapag-Lloyd, CMA CGM, MSC and Kuehne+Nagel support Team Malizia in the Vendée Globe 2020 yacht racing regatta, in their efforts to highlight the importance of marine protection and sustainable shipping.
Abu Dhabi Ports along with the classification society DNV GL, inked an MoU in order to expand digitalisation and boost the sustainable maritime sector across the region.
The United Nations proclaimed a Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030) to support efforts to reverse the cycle of decline in ocean health and gather ocean stakeholders worldwide behind a common framework that will ensure ocean science can fully support countries in creating improved conditions for sustainable development of the Ocean.
WTO members need to agree on an international deal to eliminate harmful fishing subsidies and help protect oceans and bounce them back, says Sir David Attenborough in a new video.
North Sea Port, following the industry’s decarbonization goals, attracts more green investment, for the construction of a new factory, where the port will produce biodiesel from waste and residues.
Wartsila continues its collaboration with LUT University (Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT) aiming to the use of data in long-term strategic planning and thinking about how to meet the challenges of a 100% renewable energy future.
The Government of Canada published new Marine Navigation Safety Regulations, 2020, which now apply to commercial vessels of all sizes, including fishing vessels, workboats, water taxis and ferries.
More than 50 leaders from the financial, public and private sectors participated in the first “Financing Sustainable Maritime Transport (FIN-SMART) Roundtable” on 27 October, addressing the need to accelerate finance to support sustainable shipping, particularly in developing countries.
The first day of the SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum successfully concluded on October 20th focusing on the implications of the pandemic in the short and long term and holding discussions on how the industry should work in creating a safe, clean, inclusive and sustainable future for shipping.
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