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Credit rating agency tests 70,000 ships' impact on climate

German-based credit rating agency Scope launches a new ship assessment system, Ship Review, which entails "independent" ESG evaluations of 70,000 ships as well as CII ratings of 40,000 ships' operational efficiency.

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Credit rating agency Scope launches Ship Review to give shipowners, carriers and operators the option of scoring their ships' efficiency and monitoring how much CO2 they emit during sailings.

The system will enhance the transparency of ships' environmental, sustainability and reliability performance and entails "independent" ESG evaluations of 70,000 ships as well as CII ratings of 40,000 ships' operational efficiency.

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