Industry veteran calls for unified global body to protect seas for future generations
- Shipping emissions 'could comprise 17% of global CO2 by 2050'
- UK Chamber looks at CO2 emissions ahead of COP21
- Russia sanctions could be extended
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Los Angeles port will contribute $625,000 in addition to the grantsLong Beach pushes ahead of Los Angeles
Ship’s voyage data recorder still missingEl Faro operations halted due to Tropical...
Capt Lee ruled to have willfully neglected his duty in deadly accidentAssessment of Sewol wreck completed
Government launched investigation into cause of fire
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Brussels is preparing to use drones to monitor shipping, but there are safety, privacy and civil liberty issues to be worked through
- Brussels to give go-ahead for airborne drones to monitor shipping in European waters
- Low-sulphur limits need to be enforced, urge Danish shipowners
- Sulphur regulations remain a headache for owners
In October, 1,500 delegates gathered at the Arctic Circle Conference in Iceland to discuss the northern sea route. How realistic is the concept, what are its benefits and pitfalls and what rules will govern the route?
Shippers fear Solas changes could cause significant disruption to supply chain
The 15-year veteran served in various operational and business roles with the group
Calls at Libyan port moderate risk, Dryad argues
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546 (18) Baltic Dry Index
Discussing young seafarers in the industry and is shipping still an 'old...
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