The IMO looks on track to agree on CO2 system

Broad support is forming this week to pass the global system to monitor CO2 emissions from vessels. While efforts to make the system mandatory are also on the table. But a lack of transparency is problematic, according to ngo's.

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Developments were positive at the first meeting of the day for the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) in London this week, where about 800 delegates participated from countries, organizations and ngo's. While the spring weather seemed unable to pick between sunshine or clouds on Monday afternoon, the signal was more clear inside the room for the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO) with a view of the river Thames in London.

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