Shipping industry emissions keep on climbing, new IMO data reveals

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Shipping industry emissions keep on climbing, new IMO data reveals

New figures show that significant improvements in carbon intensity have been made since 2012, although these have slowed in recent years

Total shipping industry emissions grew by almost 10 per cent from 2012 to 2018, accounting for 2.89 per cent of total global anthropogenic emissions, according to the fourth International Maritime Organisation...

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