Research flags slow-speed potential for shipping abatement, as IMO talks limp into port

Published 18:02 on June 10, 2022  /  Last updated at 23:05 on June 10, 2022  /  International, Shipping  /  No Comments

Containerships can cut CO2 emissions by an average of 14% if they optimise speed to arrive ‘just in time’ at ports, according to a report published ahead of the shipping sector’s widely-expected entry into the EU ETS and as this week's global-level negotiations again struggled to curb the sector's climate impact.

Containerships can cut CO2 emissions by an average of 14% if they optimise speed to arrive ‘just in time’ at ports, according to a report published ahead of the shipping sector’s widely-expected entry into the EU ETS and as this week’s global-level negotiations again struggled to curb the sector’s climate impact.

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