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EUROPEAN PORTS: ONLY A WELL-DESIGNED MARITIME EU ETS WITH DEDICATED FUNDING WILL ACCELERATE THE GREENING OF THE SHIPPING SECTOR

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2022-11-21

Europe’s ports continue to support the extension of the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) to the maritime sector. …

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The EU ETS maritime regulation must be truly green

Maritime and Ports World Shipping Council - 2022-11-21

The total climate footprint from production to combustion should be considered in the EU ETS for maritime. …

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Progress Report shows that Maritime Green Corridors are taking off – but essential stakeholders must not be left behind

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2022-11-17

A new report from the Global Maritime Forum, prepared on behalf of the Getting to Zero Coalition, assesses progress towards the development of Green Shipping Corridors – maritime routes between major port hubs where zero-emission solutio …

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Governments urged not to miss the boat on green fuel shipping

Maritime and Ports International Chamber of Shipping - 2022-11-15

A new report published today from the Tyndall Centre at the University of Manchester has highlighted the major role the shipping sector will play in transporting the green fuels necessary to meet global climate goals. …

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International Chamber of Shipping proposes global CO2 reduction fund to reward ‘first movers’ using low emission fuels

Maritime and Ports International Chamber of Shipping - 2022-10-25

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents 80% of the world’s merchant fleet, has announced proposals to accelerate the maritime sector’s transition to net zero by financially rewarding ships and energy producers that …

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ETS maritime should be workable and consistent avoiding carbon and business leakage

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2022-10-21

ETS maritime should be workable and consistent avoiding carbon and business leakage …

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Switch to LNG-powered shipping is irresponsible in times of energy crisis, T&E warns

Maritime and Ports Offshore energy - 2022-10-20

In 2030, Europe’s shipping industry will need over 6.3m metric tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to power its growing fleet of gas-powered ships – enough to power 7m homes – which will only increase Europe’s depende …

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FuelEU vote: European shipowners recognise progress but more is needed for clean fuel uptake

Maritime and Ports ECSA - 2022-10-19

The European Parliament adopted today its position on the FuelEU Maritime Regulation ahead of the negotiations with the Council. …

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EU policymakers urged to raise climate ambition in the FuelEU Maritime and EU ETS

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2022-10-18

While the European Parliament gears up to vote on the FuelEU Maritime on 19 October as the ‘Fit for 55’ package of legislative proposals enters its final stage, EU policymakers are being called to raise climate ambition …

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Producing future marine fuels - opportunities for all

Maritime and Ports IMO - 2022-10-11

Developing countries are looking to seize the opportunities that decarbonizing shipping presents. "We need to prioritize decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors like shipping," said Mr. …

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