UK shipping emissions "six times higher" than calculated

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Report claims emissions from shipping could match aviation if all UK-related voyages are taken into account

Carbon emissions produced by UK shipping could be up to six times higher than currently thought, according to new research that challenges the current approach to measuring emissions from the sector...

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