Sea Cargo Charter's climate ambitions still debated among members

Shipping ”has to be more aggressive” in climate efforts, says vice chair of Sea Cargo Charter. However, he does not name a date for when the initiative will decide upon more ambitious goals, he tells ShippingWatch after the first report on members’ climate efforts.

Rasmus Bach Nielsen, vice chair, Sea Cargo Charter. | Photo: PR / Trafigura

The ink has only just dried on the first report about member’s climate change mitigation efforts, but the Steering Committee of climate initiative Sea Cargo Charter is already well underway in discussions as to whether it’s time to raise their ambitions, so that they live up to the Paris Agreement.

So says Rasmus Bach Nielsen, vice chair of the Steering Committee at Sea Cargo Charter and global head of Fuel Decarbonization at commodity trader Trafigura, to ShippingWatch.

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