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Iceland eyes earlier shipping emissions curbs
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 ..
4 Sep 2017
‘Landmark’ IMO decision caps marine sulphur in 2020
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 ..
28 Oct 2016
Energy,Pollution,Markets & Corporate
Member states warn EU legislation risks energy security
A group of five member states has warned that EU regulation is jeopardising energy security by undermining the competitiveness of European petroleum refineries ..
24 May 2016
Iceland watchdog warns of ship law problems
An Icelandic watchdog has warned of poor implementation of international marine pollution laws ..
8 Dec 2014
Spain refuses to back down in Gibraltar environment dispute
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 ..
26 Aug 2014
Spain to crack down on Gibraltar bunkering
Spain has pledged to strengthen sanctions against offshore ship refuelling in protected habitats surrounding Gibraltar, as diplomatic tensions escalate ..
19 Aug 2013
Finland budgets €30m for ship sulphur scrubbers
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 ..
5 Sep 2012
Commission consults on shipping emissions
19 Jan 2012
Durban rules out transport levy for climate fund
9 Dec 2011
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