Choppy waters ahead for global shipping emissions deal

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Week-long International Maritime Organisation meeting fails to agree on mandatory mechanism for lowering the sector's carbon footprint

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) meeting concluded in London late last week without reaching a deal on a mechanism for cutting the shipping industry's greenhouse gas emissions. Further...

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