Global shipping sector agrees historic greenhouse gas emissions plan

Michael Holder
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BREAKING: IMO formally adopts deal brokered by national governments that would target 50 per cent cut in emissions by 2050 - but challenges lie ahead

The global shipping industry has agreed its first ever greenhouse gas reduction plan at the London HQ of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) today, having reached a compromise that would see...

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