Maersk expresses frustration at IMO's new CO2 target proposal for 2026

The IMO seems to support a proposal only to limit the carbon intensity in shipping with 11 percent by 2026. "We share the frustrations of many member states," Maersk says. Bimco, however, believes shipping is on track to meet its targets.

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The gap between the least and most ambitious nations in the IMO circle is abysmally large when it comes to the question of how much shipping must improve its CO2 intensity.

CO2 intensity is a key concept for lowering greenhous gas emissions across the global shipping industry by 2030, when ships must be more efficient, both technologically and operationally.

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