Study: Global shipping industry can halve emissions by 2030 without scuppering trade

Stuart Stone
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Study: Global shipping industry can halve emissions by 2030 without scuppering trade

The global shipping industry could cut carbon emissions by almost 50 per cent before the end of the decade with minimal cost increases, a new report claims

The adoption of zero or near-zero emission fuels, wind-assistance technologies, and 'climate optimising' the speed of vessels could almost halve the global shipping industry's carbon emissions by 2030...

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