Shipping 'progressives' call for industry carbon emission cuts

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Some of the world's biggest shipping groups say 'ambitious' action is needed at a key UN meeting to bring the industry in line with Paris climate goals

Many of the world's biggest shipowners and charterers have called on heads of state to take swift action to force carbon emission cuts on their industry which is the only sector in the world not now bound...

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