OECD report lists shipping's biggest CO2 challenges

In a new report, OECD shines a spotlight on Sweden, which is at the forefront of green initiatives in shipping. But national measures are far from sufficient in terms of curbing shipping's impact on the climate.

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Sweden is doing what everyone else is talking about, as the country has for years been working to reduce CO2 emissions in shipping. Electric ferries and using natural gases and methanol as ship fuel.

International Transport Forum (ITF) at the OECD points to Sweden as a pioneer in the sector, and the organization will meet in early April in London to discuss and decide on a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the global commercial fleet.

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