The EU proposes that shipping – like aviation, industry, power plants and cement factories – should pay for pollution through the EU's CO2 quota system, the Emission Trading System (ETS).
While the details remain unclear, the CO2 quotas will come, and they could turn out to be an expensive affair, assesses Poul Woodall, Senior Advisor of Climate & Environment at Danish ferry and logistics company DFDS.
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