100 stakeholders must find common ground on CO2-free ships

Around 100 stakeholders now support shipping's goal to launch CO2-free vessels before 2030. In an interview with ShippingWatch, Global Maritime Forum's managing director explains how the parties will reach the target. Next step is a meeting in Copenhagen.

Johannah Christensen er is managing director of Global Maritime Forum, under which the Getting to Zero coalition was created. Photo: PR/Global Maritime Forum

Everything from food producers to car manufacturers to bunker suppliers and major shipping companies now share the same vision of developing the world's first ocean-going ship that does not emit CO2.

Since the Getting to Zero coalition was announced in the fall, there have been frequent updates about new companies that support the ambition to reach the target by 2030 – and preferably earlier than that.

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