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IMO Sec-Gen claims considerable progress at MEPC, mandatory efficiency rating agreed
The IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 76) meeting has agreed short term measures carbon intensity and efficiency ratings, but reached no conclusion on a proposed industry $100 per tonne C02 levy or industry R&D fund... -Seatrade Maritime News
Empowering Women Programme Endorsed as an Ocean Decade Action
The World Maritime University’s (WMU) research and capacity building programme on Empowering Women for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (Empowering Women Programme) has been endorsed as a Decade Action of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (Ocean Decade)... -The Maritime Executive
Will Britannia rule the waves in shipping s green revolution?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he wants Britain to become a shipbuilding superpower, again. At his last annual party conference, conducted in cyberspace due to the pandemic, Johnson heralded a renaissance in a British industry that, in the 1890s, controlled more than 80% of the global ship manufacturing market but contracted sharply in the second half of the 20th century... -Marketplace
Video: Dramatic Helicopter Rescue of Crew from Grounded Vessel
The Indian Coast Guard was again called on to perform a rescue operation due to the persistent heavy weather the subcontinent has been experiencing. The agency tweeted out footage of the rescue of the crew from a coastal cargo vessel on Thursday, June 17... -The Maritime Executive
Bubble Concept to Kickstart Cruise Ship Tourism in Sweden
Sweden had its first cruise call for the year on June 15 and it was made possible through the collaborative efforts of ports in Visby, Stockholm, and Gothenburg. Technically cruise ship MEIN SCHIFF 1 had arrived on 25th May in Stockholm but no passengers were allowed to disembark... -Fleetmon
Forget Containers,Turkish Exporters Are Now Turning to Wooden Boxes Amidst Shortage
The unprecedented crisis of container shortage across the globe has now led exporters in Turkey to replace containers for their consignments with wooden boxes... -Fleetmon