Banks could push shipping toward climate targets

International shipping banks could play a major part in driving shipping to contribute to the global CO2 reduction efforts. This could be done by including the climate in considerations before granting loans, note organizations and banks.

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Cold hard cash and global warming should go together in the shipping sector.

At least according to NGO Carbon War Room, which along with NGO Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition and a series of banks have discussed a new report about how shipping banks can play a part in the shipping sector's efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.

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