Can shipping really decarbonise?

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Can shipping really decarbonise?

From "nose jobs" to hull coatings, BusinessGreen explores whether new technologies can help dent shipping's significant emissions

The setting on Thursday of a new legally binding target for emissions cuts under the fifth carbon budget came as a beam of light for green companies hit by the political turbulence of the past week...

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