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IMO at COP 27: Supporting maritime decarbonization
IMO will be present at COP 27, the United Nations climate conference which takes place in Egypt from 6-18 November 2022. IMO will highlight that international shipping is indispensable to the world and is a vital industry to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the global energy transition... -Mirage News

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



World Maritime University Celebrates 2022 Graduation
On October 31, 2022, global maritime leaders of tomorrow graduated from WMU. The Class of 2022 has received the education required to contribute to maritime and ocean matters in their home countries and more broadly to the implementation of UN SDGs. Overall, the graduating class includes 276 graduates from 70 countries, and sets a record of 94 women graduates... -MarineLink

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Philippines: Gov’t rushes to avert EU ban on PH seafarers
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has removed from the Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) the task of overseeing maritime training and accreditation after the country repeatedly failed to pass the European Maritime Safety Agency’s (Emsa) evaluation in the past 16 years... -INQUIRER.net

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Russia Resumes Participation in Ukraine Grain Export Deal
Russia said on Wednesday it would resume its participation in a deal to free up vital grain exports from war-torn Ukraine after suspending it over the weekend in a move that had threatened to exacerbate hunger across the world... -MarineLink

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



$10.9bn deal agreed to take Seaspan owner Atlas private
A $10.9bn deal to take containership tonnage provider Seaspan’s parent company Atlas Corp private by Poseidon Acquisition Corp, which includes Ocean Network Express (ONE), has been agreed... -Seatrade Maritime News

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Seafarers are at the heart of decarbonisation
An entire new generation of mariners will have to be attracted, trained and retained. Overlooking the role of the mariner in the green transition would be a crucial mistake for the industry. This was made abundantly clear in initial research on the shipping sector, conducted by ICS... -Riviera Maritime Media

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



COP27: What Are India’s Plans To Decarbonise Trucking, Shipping And Aviation?
India’s plans to decarbonise the heavy duty transport segments of aviation, shipping and trucking are still at a nascent stage and new policies are needed to ensure and support their transition to clean energy for India to meet its climate change pledges, according to several studies and climate change policy experts... -IndiaSpend

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Focus on seafarer wellbeing – a reflection on the “S” in “ESG”
ESG stands for Environment, Social and Governance, the three components of a sustainability framework. For some “sustainability” is a buzzword and it can mean different things to different entities and in different contexts... -GARD

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



U.S. Navy Rescues Crew of Burning Drug Boat in Gulf of Oman
Over the weekend, the U.S. Navy patrol vessel USS Sirocco rescued eight Iranian and Pakistani nationals who had set fire to their own vessel after they were caught smuggling drugs in the Gulf of Oman. The fire destroyed about two thirds of the drugs, the service reported... -The Maritime Executive

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



AI may help authorities track ‘ghost’ fishing boats
Machine learning identifies suspicious activity when vessels turn off their identification beacons. In February 2019, the 60-meter-long South Korean fishing vessel Oyang 77 slipped into Argentinian waters and deployed its trawl nets, hauling in more than 140 tons of hake, skate, and squid... -Science

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Armed robbery incident against ship in Asia
The incident occurred on board a general cargo ship while anchored at Panjang Anchorage, Indonesia. An unknown number of perpetrators were suspected to have had boarded the ship through the poop deck going to the engine room entrance. All crew members were safe and several engine spares were reported stolen... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Averting a health emergency at sea: training inspectors on ship sanitation and hygiene
To ensure that countries are better prepared to face future health emergencies at sea and their points of entry, such as ports, WHO organized a 2-part train-the-trainers programme for experienced ship sanitation inspectors of countries from the WHO Eastern Mediterranean and European regions... -World Health Organization

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Philippines, Georgia initiate maritime cooperation focusing on seafarers’ certification
The Philippine government has beefed up its maritime cooperation with the government of Georgia by working on seafarers’ certification recognition as sea-based Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) face risk of decertification from the European Maritime Safety Authority (Emsa)... -Manila Bulletin

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Fiji: Back in history: Second largest ship built
The Tui Tai, a ship which was 40m in length, was the second largest ship ever to be built in Fiji during the late 1970s. She had seating capacity and other facilities to accompany more than three hundred day passengers... -Fiji Times

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Kenya: Seafarers to gain from KCB loan deal
Kenyan seafarers will benefit from a three-year partnership between Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) and Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) aimed at giving them skills that will enable them to secure overseas jobs on vessels... -The Standard

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



New report marks progress regarding seafarers’ rights and welfare
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative published the “Delivering on Seafarers’ Rights progress” report, reflecting on the twelve months since the launch of the Code of Conduct and self-assessment questionnaire in October 2021... -Safety4Sea

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



These innovative electric boat startups could become the ‘Teslas of water’
In many countries all over the world, motorboat cruising is a popular summer activity. However, not many people are aware of the environmental issues and the carbon footprint of motorboat cruising... -Tech Funding News

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Maersk Warns of ‘Dark Clouds on the Horizon’ for Container Shipping
Maersk delivered another record quarter in Q3 2022, but “dark clouds” are gathering on the horizon. A.P. Moller – Maersk on Wednesday reported strong results for Q3 2022 with higher earnings across its three business segments; Ocean, Logistics and Terminals... -gCaptain

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Two life boats from sunken ship found, but no sign of 12 missing crew
An air and sea search for 12 missing Indonesian crew members continues today after two empty lifeboats from the sunken vessel were found yesterday with no signs of life on board. The crew of 17 Indonesian nationals from the cement carrier Xing Shun No.1 abandoned ship in heavy seas at around 3:00pm, October 31,.. -Taiwan English News

Posted On:3-Nov-2022



Capesize bulk carrier collided with fv off Shanghai, 11 missing
Capesize bulk carrier CAPE BRILLIANCE collided with 37-meter Chinese fishing vessel 42 nm E of Yangtze estuary at around 1830 LT (UTC +8) Oct 31. Fishing vessel sank, of 14 fishermen on board 3 were rescued, 11 went missing. SAR underway,.. -FleetMon

Posted On:3-Nov-2022


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