ICS wants to split IMO CO2 negotiations in two

The international organization of shipowners ICS, the International Chamber of Shipping, has issued a written submission calling for the IMO to split the negotiations about shipping's CO2 emissions into two.

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The IMO should split up the negotiations concerning the reduction of shipping's CO2 emissions, says the ICS in a written submission to the organization.

The ICS states that the process will take too long, and that the results will suffer accordingly, if the IMO continues to work simultaneously on both creating legislation for reporting fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, as well as investigating how to subsequently use the data collected.

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