Cross-border cooperation needed to mitigate predicted loss of more than $122 billion in economic activity due to climate change impact on ports, new research finds
The global climate deal brokered at UN shipping talks lets down those companies committed to steering a greener future, writes Smart Green Shipping's Diane Gilpin
New data from the Department for Transport show the UK is travelling in the wrong direction when it comes to greener travel habits, as public and active transport use continues to decrease
Partners to explore options to decarbonise port infrastructure through new hydrogen production plant for the 'heart of Thames Freeport'
Agreement slammed by campaigners as a 'wishy washy compromise' that fails to bring emissions-intensive sector in line with climate goals
Campaigners urge developed nations to push for ambitious outcome at crucial UN shipping meeting after pre-talks yield 'pathetic' draft strategy
Findings come from cost-benefit analysis of banning destructive industrial fishing practices in marine protected areas carried out by the Marine Conservation Society
The global shipping industry could cut carbon emissions by almost 50 per cent before the end of the decade with minimal cost increases, a new report claims