ECSA appeals to the EU: Regional legislation could undermine IMO's work

The European Community Shipowners' Association has just presented a list of recommendations for the climate plan being put together by the EU. Among other things, the shipowners warn against regional legislation that could risk "undermining" the IMO's targets. Find the recommendations here.

Shipping association ECSA, headed by President Claes Berglund, has now presented its recommendations for the EU climate plan. | Photo: PR / Stena


The EU should take the lead in international legislation aimed et ensuring the green transition while also being a first-mover in terms of developing new fuels with low or zero-carbon emissions.

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