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Harsh criticism of the run-up to IMO's crucial climate summit

The IMO's work to decarbonize shipping is met with harsh criticism from NGO's following the preparatory meeting last week, which resulted in an agreement to raise carbon intensity by 11 percent toward 2026.

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The IMO's work to decarbonize shipping is met with harsh criticism after last week's preparatory meeting before the crucial session on June 10-17, which will determine the short-term CO2 reduction target for shipping.

The criticism comes from NGO's that follow the IMO's work to reduce shipping by 40 percent – measured in efficiency – before 2030 compared to 2008-levels.

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