Hydrogen, liquified natural gas and technologies geared at improving the energy efficiency of ships are among Shell's proposed solutions to decarbonise its shipping business
Activist group to carry out ''a series of escalating actions' against The World cruise liner, currently moored in Cornwall
As IMO hosts latest discussion on climate action, new report reveals 95 per cent of shipping executives see decarbonisation as one of their top priorities
Ferries using 'electric hydrofoil propulsion' technology and capable of carrying 350 passengers to be developed in Belfast Harbour
Crew transfer vessels will be able to operate in either battery electric mode, or with assistance from diesel fuel
Shipping sector 'cannot wait' for development of zero carbon ships to cut climate impact, University of Manchester study warns
Silverstream Technologies has developed a system where a carpet of microbubbles is spread across a ship's hull in order to reduce friction, save fuel and slash carbon emissions.
A new paper from the International Council on Clean Transportation has found that short-term emission reduction measures proposed by Japan are unlikely to materially reduce greenhouse gas emissions