ANALYSIS: Smaller green shipping deals bode well for global agreement

Published 23:28 on January 27, 2023  /  Last updated at 16:32 on January 30, 2023  / Ben Garside /  EMEA, EU ETS, International, Shipping

As nations squabble at the UN’s maritime agency (IMO) over a headline global climate target for shipping, governments are doing better at making smaller-scale arrangements that cut across historic rich-poor divides and are widely seen as essential for decarbonising the sector.
As nations squabble at the UN’s maritime agency (IMO) over a headline global climate target for shipping, governments are doing better at making smaller-scale arrangements that cut across historic rich-poor divides and are widely seen as essential for decarbonising the sector.


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