Scheme will develop technical solutions and share best practice between countries to chart a course towards greener shipping
'We express our strong support for the IMO implementing mandatory regulation of global ship speeds'
Swedish furniture retailer teams up with shipping giant CMA CGM, GoodShipping Program and Port of Rotterdam to test marine biofuel made from forest residues and waste cooking oil
Shipowners' Association is calling for government incentives to help in the transition to climate-friendly vessels, to meet national climate goals
Shipping industry giant sets ground-breaking emissions pledge in a first for maritime sector
Norwegian company to fuel liners with biogas made from leftovers of fish processing
Two firms will partner to develop hybrid and electric power systems for ships
The IMO's plan to crack down on plastic waste is welcome, but it must deliver results for the climate as well
International Maritime Organisation adopts new action plan to tighten littering rules for ships
Global Maritime Forum brings together 34 CEOs and industry leaders to urge a step change in the development of zero carbon shipping fuels and technologies
The way we use language matters - no matter what Andrew Neil thinks, it is fair to ask if seas that are meant to be covered by ice can really be called 'ice-plagued'
Engineering giant launches battery-based energy storage system for shipping industry
Industry giants partner with Maritime Blockchain Labs to trial new technology for enhancing fuel traceability
Agri-business giant launches major new initiative to fast track technologies that can cut shipping carbon emissions
Golden Gate Zero Emissions Marine secures funding boost to support plans to deliver America's first fuel cell powered ferry
Fraught talks see sector finally agreeing to halve emissions by 2050, but target is far from ambition level sought by the EU and others and implementation remains a challenge
BREAKING: IMO formally adopts deal brokered by national governments that would target 50 per cent cut in emissions by 2050 - but challenges lie ahead
Wind-assisted Viking Grace passenger ferry embarks on first voyage in Finland, as Soel Yachts' unveils its solar-battery powered catamaran in French Polynesia
EU and island leaders are calling for more ambition at the International Maritime Organization, while major emerging economies resist a tough cap on emissions
'The opportunity is there': Businesses join calls for bold shipping climate plan at crucial IMO talks
Christiana Figueres joins chorus of industry and green groups urging for ambitious action to decarbonise shipping sector, as crucial IMO talks rest on a 'knife edge'
Calls for a 70-100 per cent cut in shipping emissions by 2050 are "unlikely to achieve consensus support", warns influential trade body ahead of a key UN meeting
The UK has two big climate diplomacy victories within its grasp - but will the government seize them
Ed King argues the UK can play a crucial climate leadership role at the upcoming IMO talks and Commonwealth Summit