Co-author on much-awaited IMO report: This is extremely alarming

It is extremely alarming that shipping's carbon footprint has increased, researcher and co-author of the much-awaited IMO climate report Tristan Smith tells ShippingWatch. "We are not in a point in time where we can be having trends like this." Bimco disagrees with this view.

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Tristan Smith says that he is normally not very emotional in his phrasing when making comments.

But this time he choses to make an exception. Because maybe there is a need for more emotional statements when it comes to the climate crisis, as he says.

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