European ports support EU's climate plan, but with reservations

The EU's plan for the green transition of shipping should not become a waste of time and money in the form of misguided investments in European ports, warns port organization ESPO in reaction to the climate proposal for shipping.

Photo: PR / Dietmar Hapenpusch / Port of Hamburg Marketing Association

European ports support the European Commission's proposal for a climate plan aimed at shipping – with some reservations.

The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO), which represents the ports, describes the EU proposal, known as Fit for 55, as "an important first step."

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