Switching to liquified natural gas is a costly and ineffective way of reducing the shipping industry’s greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new study commissioned ..
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EU limits on sulphur in marine fuels has seen SO2 concentrations fall by more than half since 2015 in sensitive coastal areas subject to tighter ..
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Environmental groups and global sea freight firms have formed an unusual alliance ahead of a meeting of the IMO with a joint call for a ..
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Restrictions on cruise ships’ emissions are being fast-tracked in Iceland after high concentrations of ultrafine particles and black carbon were detected in Reykjavik last week ..
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Governments in the International Maritime Organization have agreed to cap the sulphur limit of marine fuels to 0.5% in 2020 in a decision welcomed by ..
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An Icelandic watchdog has warned of poor implementation of international marine pollution laws ..
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Spain will continue to fight alleged environmental infringements off the coast of Gibraltar, in spite of the European Commission’s decision that no law has been ..
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Spain has pledged to strengthen sanctions against offshore ship refuelling in protected habitats surrounding Gibraltar, as diplomatic tensions escalate ..
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Finland will spend €30m over three years to help its shipping industry comply with limits on maritime air pollution, according to the country's budget plans ..
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