OECD: Shipping should halve CO2 emissions

Things are moving in the wrong direction for the shipping industry, which should cut its CO2 emissions in half in order to contribute to the efforts against climate change. Instead, emissions are increasing, notes an OECD report a few weeks before the COP21 negotiations in Paris.
Photo: OW Bunker
Photo: OW Bunker

The global fleet of ships is emitting far too much CO2, and even worse, the current development is moving in the wrong direction. Action is needed right now, says the OECD in a new report published just a few weeks before the crucial climate negotiations in Paris, COP21.

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