Maersk's regulatory chief is optimistic and "hopes for a carbon tax in 2027"

Legislation is imperative in the move towards sustainable shipping. So said Maersk Senior Director of ESG Public & Regulatory Affairs Simon Bergulf during World Shipping Council’s webinar. He hopes for a carbon tax in 2027.

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Simon Bergulf, senior director of ESG Public & Regulatory Affairs at Maersk, was in an optimistic mood during the World Shipping Council’s (WSC) webinar Thursday afternoon. He hopes a carbon tax will be in place in 2027. Regulation must come soon, he argues.

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