IMO conducts training to reduce port-related emissions

In an attempt to help ports reduce emissions to ensure cleaner air and contribute to the battle against climate change, an IMO training course is addressing this issue, highlighting the need to first quantify emissions and then identify measures to reduce port-related emissions in a cost-effective way.

Next steps in IMO’s energy efficiency training

IMO is continuing its work to support developing countries to prevent air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from ships with a global training exercise held in Batumi, Georgia during 12-14 September.


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