DFDS perceives CO2 quotas as a new currency that can be traded

European shipping emits 140 million tonnes of CO2 annually. But the bill for reducing the harmful emissions or eliminate them entirely with the EU's new CO2 quotas could be huge.

Poul Woodall, Senior Advisor of Climate & Environment at DFDS, assesses the many questions regarding CO2 quotas for shipping. | Photo: DFDS - PR

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