IMO must toughen proposals or risk leaving shipping industry on business-as-usual course, study warns

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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

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) must toughen targets to cut the shipping sector's CO2 emissions at its next round of talks in March, according to new analysis that suggests current proposals...

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