The report shows ocean-based climate action could deliver up to a fifth of annual GHG emissions cuts needed in 2050 to limit global temperature rise to 1.5°C.
The Coalition will lead push for shipping’s decarbonization with the goal of having commercially viable zero emission vessels in deep sea trade routes by 2030
The high level strategy document, that sets the blueprint for a pathway to zero-emission shipping for the UK, draws on years of research by UMAS and recent UKRI funded projects
The infographic shows what fuels will help and what needs to happen to decarbonise shipping by 2050
Citi, Societe Generale, DNB and other leading international banks to disclose climate alignment of shipping portfolios with International Maritime Organization’s 50% emissions reduction by 2050 strategy
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Led by CE Delft and UMAS, funded by the European Commission, the study analyses potential short-term measures listed in the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) initial strategy on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships.
The report aims to contribute to this discussion by reviewing the state-of-the-art research on the economic impacts of greenhouse gas mitigation measures on states, using model-based analysis.
Zero Emission Vessels: Transition Pathways, is part of the Low Carbon Pathways 2050 and Zero Emission Vessels 2030 series.
Dr Tristan Smith from UCL Energy Institute gives readers insight into the Danish carrier’s big announcement earlier this month.