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SeaIntel: The role of mega vessels in global CO2 efforts

Shipping looks set to be included in a global climate agreement at the UN summit in December. The routes between Asia and North Europe have the biggest environmental advantage due to the mega-vessels, reports SeaIntel.

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The new mega ships currently being deployed by container carriers on the main trades between the Far East and Europe will deliver a significant contribution from the shipping industry, which looks set to be included in a global climate agreement this December, according to analyst agency SeaIntel.

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