AkzoNobel issues first carbon credits rewarding eco-conscious ship owners

Madeleine Cuff
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Chemicals giant issues credits worth $500,000 to ship owners who have switched to using environmentally friendly anti-fouling coating

Chemicals giant AkzoNobel has issued its first carbon credits under a pioneering scheme to reward ship owners for switching to its greener anti-fouling technology. The firm said today it has issued...

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