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Several countries against shipping in final climate deal

Shipping will be part of the main text of a climate deal being negotiated in Paris these days. Nothing is decided yet, but signs indicate a number of countries are against the inclusion of transport in a final deal, ShippingWatch learns.

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International transport, including shipping, is still included in the main text currently under negotiation at the global climate conference in Paris, COP21, which will lead to a binding global climate agreement on the reduction of CO2 emissions.

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