UN’s IMO strikes shipping emissions deal that lets maritime GHGs keep rising

Published 19:13 on November 17, 2020  /  Last updated at 09:34 on November 18, 2020  /  Climate Talks, International, Shipping  /  No Comments

Nations agreed a global maritime deal at the UN’s IMO on Tuesday that would allow the sector’s emissions to rise for another decade, a move that could strengthen the EU’s resolve to take tougher action in its own waters.

Nations agreed a global maritime deal at the UN’s IMO on Tuesday that would allow the sector’s emissions to rise for another decade, a move that could strengthen the EU’s resolve to take tougher action in its own waters.

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