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EU urged not to scrap ships in dangerous facilities
Shipowners are lobbying for the right to scrap old vessels outside Europe, where cost may be lower and environmental standards slacker, despite sufficient capacity in ..
24 Sep 2018
Transport,Waste & Resources,Pollution,Nature
Baltic states ‘unlikely’ to meet 2021 marine goals
Ministers of the Baltic coastal states and the EU have said they are unlikely to restore the environmental and conservation status of the sea by ..
7 Mar 2018
MEPs push for Arctic ban on heavy oils
MEPs have repeated calls for a ban on heavy-fuel oil use by ships in the Arctic in a bid to pressure EU member states into ..
1 Feb 2017
UN kicks off 'international year of sustainable tourism'
20 Jan 2017
US Arctic pollution report
18 Aug 2015
Sulphur abatement technology ‘poses environment risk’
Using scrubbers to reduce sulphur air pollution from ships may put at risk vulnerable coastal marine environments, according to research. ..
13 Mar 2015
Implementation of Baltic Sea Action Plan in Russia
1 Sep 2014
Rules on sulphur in maritime fuels to enter into force
An EU directive limiting the sulphur content of maritime fuels to a fraction of current levels from 2015 onwards has been published ..
27 Nov 2012
Transport,Waste & Resources
Danes suggest delaying ship recycling rules
Proposed ship recycling rules should apply two years after their official publication, according to a Danish EU presidency proposal seen by ENDS ..
27 Jun 2012
Refrigerant pollutant needs monitoring – study
26 Jan 2012
EC drafts guidance on inland waterway projects
31 May 2011
Transport of dangerous goods in Europe 'still safe'
7 Mar 2011
EC calls for more cargo transport on the Danube
9 Dec 2010
Bulgaria rejects trans-Balkan oil pipeline impact study
9 Nov 2010
New concerns over HFO refrigerant in Germany
17 Feb 2010
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