European shipowners have nothing but praise for the EU's new green deal

The European Community Shipowners' Associations, ECSA, welcomes the EU Commission's new green growth plan, which was announced Wednesday. Unlike the Danish shipowners, the association does not criticize the CO2 quota scheme the Commission wants to place shipping under.

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The European shipowners in ECSA, the European Community Shipowners' Association, welcomes the green new deal presented by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday.

In a statement from ECSA, Secretary General Martin Dorsman describes the plan as ambitious and says it will provide the needed leadership in the current, urgent state of the global climate.

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