More than 150 maritime players call for alignment with Paris Agreement in shipping

A new initiative under the Getting to Zero Coalition aims to focus its efforts on persuading politicians around the world to raise their climate ambitions and align shipping with the Paris Agreement.

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More than 150 leaders and organizations across the entire maritime industry have joined forces to persuade politicians and decision-makers in all countries to raise their climate ambitions and align shipping with the Paris Agreement.

Ahead of the UN General Assembly and the climate negotiations during COP26 in November, the objective is to call on governments to collaborate with the maritime industry on policies and investments needed to reach a turning point in terms of carbon emissions in shipping.

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