• Shipping’s contribution to the...

    The complex politics of climate change

    ICS questions IMF assertion that international transport should pay 25% of UNFCCC Green Fund
  • Christine Lagarde: support for...

    En Lagarde

    Shipping can never be a cash box for politicians
  • The ship recycling community...


    Gujarat should be able to decide whether Oriental Nicety, aka Exxon Valdez, is safe to land
  • It is important that the IMO...

    The future we want

    The IMO hosted a well-attended side event on sustainable maritime development at the Rio+20 conference
  • The earth summit...

    Climate karaoke

    The song remains the same at this year’s Rio earth summit
  • The world’s ship breakers are...

    Greener ship recycling

    Why governments must drive local change to make ship recycling more green
  • The European Commission is...

    Breaking the silence

    The European Commission’s proposal on shipbreaking gives a healthy recharge to the recycling debate
  • The ballast water management...

    Rumble in Rio

    IMO under fire as green campaigners prepare for war with UN
  • The best the industry can...

    Don’t believe the hype

    There is no such thing as a green ship
  • Brussels may be hoping to...

    CECAs unpicked

    Why Brussels’ patchwork model for CO2 fund has holes
  • Easier Arctic passage during...

    Recovery on ice

    Global warming is alarming but shipping may benefit from changing Arctic
 The rarely challenged views...

    A plea for common sense

    Reality evaluation may sound complex but it does what it says on the tin
  • HM Customs & Excise using a...

    Slow progress on a Blue Belt

    Bid to ease procedures for ships trading across Europe goes on trial, with mixed results
  • Oslo: Norway’s number one...

    Schemes, dreams and screams

    Port of Oslo mixes art and ecology, business and leisure
  • UN agency Unesco is due to...

    Save the reef

    Shipping has a duty to put the public’s mind at rest about the safety of the Great Barrier reef, before the mood turns ugly
Piraeus decision a setback to China’s seaborne Silk Road

Piraeus decision a setback to China’s seaborne Silk Road

Move to halt sale of port stake to Cosco challenges Chinese ambition

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