ICS: Shipping more ambitious on CO2 than governments

The shipping industry's combined efforts to reduce CO2 emissions surpass the pledges made by 146 nations ahead of the UN climate summit next week, says the International Chamber of Shipping.

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The global shipping industry's CO2 ambitions overall surpass the climate pledges put forth by 146 nations ahead of the UN climate summit in Paris next week, says the International Chamber of Shipping in a statement.

The statement follows a report by the UNFCCC (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change) analyzing the 146 member states' climate pledges ahead of the negotiations for a climate change at the summit next week.

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