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Klaveness CEO: The battle about CO2 quotas on shipping is lost

The battle about CO2 quotas on shipping in the EU is lost, says Klaveness CEO Lasse Kristoffersen, who, together with Maersk Tankers, now encourages the industry to accept regional climate legislation. "Things are moving too slow in the IMO," he tells ShippingWatch.

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The shipping industry needs to move on and acknowledge the, for many, uncomfortable truth that regional climate legislation will soon be a reality.

At least if one asks Thorvald Klaveness CEO and vice chair of the International Shipowners' Association, ICS, Lasse Kristoffersen.

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