Maersk on climate session: "Sadly, the meeting has been quite disappointing"

The ambitions were too low and the results too few, were among the criticisms of this week's meeting in the IMO's environmental committee. "We need progress now," says Maersk CEO Søren Skou.

"Vi er nødt til at have IMO til at levere for at have en chance for at dekarbonisere shipping-branchen," skriver Søren Skou. | Photo: Nanna Navntoft

Maersk is far from satisfied with the proceedings of this week's meeting in the climate branch of the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO).

The IMO's Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) convened at its 77th session this week without setting out any new and more ambitious targets than those put forward in 2018 or coming up with any joint effort on regulation that could aid progress.

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