Climate Bonds Initiative charters green bond rules for shipping

Cecilia Keating
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Shipping is responsible for 2.5 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions
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Shipping is responsible for 2.5 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions

Green shipping certification scheme that excludes all vessels dedicated to transporting fossil fuels aims to point investors towards shipping projects aligned with global climate goals

The Climate Bonds Initiative has formally launched criteria that sets out which shipping projects and assets are compatible with a low carbon, climate resilient economy and are thus eligible for certification...

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