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Sea Cargo Charter expects to raise ambitions in first half of 2022

Environmental initiative Sea Cargo Charter, where signatories report CO2 emissions from their chartered ships, expects to raise its ambitions as soon as the first half of 2022, says chairman of the initiative Jan Dieleman to ShippingWatch.

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The climate reporting initiative Sea Cargo Charter, where signatories will report CO2 emissions from their chartered ships, expects to raise its ambitions beyond the targets of the IMO as soon as the first half of 2022.

This is the clear and direct statement from Jan Dieleman, president of the green initiative and head of transport at commodity trader Cargill, which operates one of the world's largest chartered dry bulk fleets.

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