Six specific ocean voyages illustrate absurd CII paradox

CII: Monitoring six vessels’ voyages at sea illustrates the absurdity of IMO’s new climate rules, CII, which come into force on Jan. 1. The most polluting ship receives the best score.

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The relation between a ship’s absolute CO2 emissions and the CII rating it receives does not always make sense. Navigating between all factors in the hunt for the greenest, most efficient vessel can be a minefield of calculations and various equations.

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