Transoceanic 'green corridors' could become reality within a few years

In an attempt to establish necessary infrastructure and access to alternative fuels, 'green corridors' on crucial ocean lanes could become a reality. The proposal has just been presented in Glasgow and a number of nations have already declared their support.

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Six green corridors on the most critical stretches between continents could become a reality within the next few years in yet another attempt to prompt the shipping industry to sail on alternative fuels and abandon the use of fossil fuels.

The Getting to Zero Coalition has drawn up the initiative that has just been presented at Transport-Day at COP26 in Glasgow, according to a press release issued by the coalition, which constitutes a partnership between the Global Maritime Forum, Friends of Ocean Action, the World Economic Forum and the Energy Transitions Commission.

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