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European Commission Director defends ETS and FuelEU initiatives

Director for Waterborne Transport at the European Commission Magda Kopczynska defends both the FuelEU Maritime proposal and the inclusion of shipping in the EU's emissions trading system. ECSA is concerned.

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Director for Waterborne Transport at the European Commission Magda Kopczynska defends both the decision to add shipping to the union's emission trading system, known as ETS, and also the FuelEU Maritime proposal.

During this week's Capital Link conference, Vice President & President Elect of the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA) Philippos Philis voiced his concerns regarding regional initiatives and the inclusion of shipping in the union's emissions trading system.

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