Slow steaming: IMO talks edge towards climate goals

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Slow steaming: IMO talks edge towards climate goals

Countries agree on energy efficiency targets but little else, as big decisions on how to curb shipping emissions are once again deferred

Tightened energy efficiency targets and a commitment to further discuss proposed speed reduction rules were the key outcomes of the International Martime Organisation's (IMO) latest round of talks, held...

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