IMO torpedos hopes for early shipping carbon reduction plan

Madeleine Cuff
IMO torpedos hopes for early shipping carbon reduction plan

Marine Environment Protection Committee will not adopt emission reduction strategy until at least 2018

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has been heavily criticised by climate campaigners for failing to draw up a comprehensive plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions from the sector at a meeting...

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