It’s a well known fact that carbon emission is the main cause of the current climate crisis. Shipping industry produces black carbon that seriously affects the amount of CO2 in the air. In an effort to reduce carbon emission in the shipping industry, more and more companies are now
As challenges go, significantly cutting the shipping industry’s carbon footprint by 2050 is a big one. A sector powered by fossil fuels must learn to build a new generation of vessels that harness greener energy such as hydrogen or ammonia. In line with the IMO World Maritime theme for 2022, New technologies for Greener […]
Zero-emission fuels and vessels will need to start being deployed at scale over the next decade to achieve full decarbonisation of the shipping sector by 2050. The piloting and demonstration of decarbonisation technologies has already begun; however, scaling these initial efforts into industry-wide solutions will be challenging, given the heterogeneous and complex nature
Climate threats and IHM-approaches – anything in common? One technically challenging, the other bureaucratic, both becoming part of daily business. Majority of global fleet is affected and meeting the targets sounds good, but proper solutions are required, better sooner than later! Solving such challenges and seeing it as a competitive factor requires some insight from
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges that we face today. Global issues such as deforestation, extreme weather events, rising sea levels, etc. are all results of climate change and global warming.
GAC and Total Solar Distributed Generation (’Total Solar DG’) Middle East are celebrating a year since the solar project at GAC’s Dubai South contract logistics facility has been commissioned.
The first of these milestones was achieved in 2020, when Stena Bulk began offering customers low-carbon shipping options with up to a 100% reduction of CO2 emissions.
Launched in late 2019, the Coalition for the Energy of the Future aims at accelerating the development of future energies and technologies to sustain new green mobility models and reduce the impact of transport and logistics on climate change.
we are all in agreement that climate change does indeed see wildlife and their survivalist eco systems suffer, many forget about the shocking implications global warming has on our world’s rivers, streams, wetlands, and oceans.
The Esperanza Base on the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula recorded an 18.3-Celsius temperature on February 6, 2020, the hottest temperature yet for Antarctica and almost the same temperature as Los Angeles in California that day.