Confirmed: Here is the EU's climate plan for shipping

The European Commission has now presented its proposal for a plan that would drive the green transition in shipping towards 2050. This is the first time that the shipping industry is presented with a comprehensive legislative proposal to ensure that shipping contributes to the green transition.

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Shipping must contribute to the transformation of the global economy towards sustainability.

This is the message from the European Commission following a long run-up to the presentation of its much-awaited proposal, which will ensure that shipping transitions from using fossil fuels to sustainable fuels by 2050.

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