What has COP26 delivered for the shipping industry? Do we have a global roadmap for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, or is the pathway still far from being clear? Join our webinar to find out!
As sustainable development is now an imperative for governments, it is clear that sustainability objectives are impacting businesses and their managing bodies under Italian law.
This article focusses on the proposals made by the European Commission regarding the extension of the European Emissions Trading Scheme to the maritime sector.
The transaction involved drafting of a margin adjustment mechanism based on carbon intensity rating as an incentive for the owners to reduce the carriers’ carbon emissions.
With serious climate-related disasters on the rise globally, the appetite, and indeed need, to tackle climate change and build a more sustainable future has never been higher on the personal, economic and political agendas. But what can we really expect from COP26 and will it deliver its ambitious goals? To find out, join our webinar!
The Sustainability Imperative report draws on a series of in-depth interviews and a global survey of 545 senior industry leaders, to explore the shipping world’s views on sustainability and governance and what actions it is taking as a result.
The development and use of energy saving technology (EST) in ships is likely to play a significant part in the transition towards sustainability. However, the installation and financing of EST on ships may present several challenges, particularly with existing ship financiers.
In the first of our series of articles focussing on logistics real estate, we explore the themes of green power generation and power management in logistics buildings as a means of tackling climate change.
The HyBRIDS project’s primary objective is introducing green hydrogen into the Italian gas network through the use of innovative technologies aimed at making hydrogen produced from renewable sources and with low emissions more easily usable by civil and industrial users.
As the reduction in carbon emissions becomes an increasing international priority, managing emissions in the maritime sector is particularly under the spotlight. This article explains how the EU emissions trading scheme is expected to apply to the shipping industry, the current status of the UK emissions trading scheme and the legal and commercial issues that may arise.