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European Parliament wants carbon caps on shipping

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Shipping will be included in the EU carbon trading system in 2023 if the IMO CO2 deal is not in effect from 2021. This is the decision from the Parliament's Environment Committee Thursday, directly opposing a previous recommendation from the Industry Committee and the wishes of shipowners.

Unexpected strong support for CO2 resolution at IMO

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The IMO member states have allegedly reacted to the pressure from stakeholders to deliver on a CO2 resolution. In any case, there is surprisingly strong support for deciding on a specific time-frame for CO2 reductions, according to the Danish Shipowner's Association. Several other stakeholders criticize the IMO member states for setting the bar too low.

Bulc calls IMO to decide on sulfur and CO2

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EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc wants the IMO to take action at a key meeting of its environmental protection committee this week, so that solutions are reached concerning global sulfur requirements and CO2 emissions. This is according to several media reports.

Shipowners: Now the IMO must agree on CO2

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The EU is now officially leaving it up to the IMO to land an international agreement on how shipping can reduce CO2 emissions and contribute to the global climate deal, from which carriers were excluded. The demand for action at the IMO meeting in October is crystal clear.

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