A roadmap for ship decarbonisation and COP27 outcomes - Maritime Risk International
Patrick Ryan, Sustainability Director for the UK P&I Club, discussed with Maritime Risk International on the COP27 climate conference in Egypt and what it may mean for the shipping sector.
Global warming is one of the most severe and complex challenges our world faces today but according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the headline objective is clear: a limit of 1.5C.
For the full article on shipping's progress towards decarbonisation and the role and importance of insurance, read here.
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