ABS warns shipping: Industry risks missing crucial CO2 targets

The shipping industry risks missing its ambition to at least halve its CO2 emissions by 2050, classification firm ABS warns in a new analysis. Other targets remain achievable.

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There is a discrepancy between the shipping industry's overall CO2 target and the emissions currently taking place.

That is the conclusion of a new document from classification firm ABS, which reckons that the switch to fuels with less carbon is the most important element in efforts to meet the industry's goal of lowering its CO2 consumption in 2050.

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