FEATURE: Facing rising climate costs, ports are crucial for shipping decarbonisation

Published 10:59 on March 22, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:59 on March 22, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Climate Talks, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Other APAC, Shipping, South Korea  /  No Comments

The global shipping and ports industries face long-term climate impact costs rising up to $25 billion annually in the absence of action to cut emissions, but ports are lagging on mitigation despite the key role they potentially play for the shipping sector to adopt a net zero goal.

The global shipping and ports industries face long-term climate impact costs rising up to $25 billion annually in the absence of action to cut emissions, but ports are lagging on mitigation despite the key role they potentially play for the shipping sector to adopt a net zero goal.

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