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Webinar: Is shipping’s zero carbon transition back on track? Register now

Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade is joined by an expert panel to assess the biggest risks to maritime operations from the industry’s carbon transition

Join us for the latest Lloyd’s List webinar, taking place on Thursday, 16th November at 2pm GMT, to hear the expert view on the next steps in shipping’s decarbonisation timeline

SHIPPING may have set its 2050 ambitions higher than most expected, but the industry is struggling with its decarbonisation schedule. There remains insufficient current and future demand, both in terms of vessels and cargo, to match the supply required.

Despite the headline announcements of dual-fuel orders for potentially green ships, the orderbook is not where it needs to be and the supply of fuels, finance and policy to support the required acceleration remains, at best, uncertain.

Considering the implications of the targets set by the International Maritime Organization in July and the likelihood of progress at COP28 in December, this timely webinar offers an expert view on the next steps in shipping’s decarbonisation timeline. 

Among the questions this webinar will look to tackle:

  • How does shipping accelerate the technological, political and financial measures required to ensure a smooth and just transition?

  • What are the biggest risks for maritime businesses?

  • What are the financial and operational consequences of delays to shipping’s 2030, 2040 and 2050 targets?

  • What are the compliance risks that shipping should be considering today as it prepares for regulatory requirements and carbon trading?

Joining Lloyd’s List editor-in-chief Richard Meade to discuss these issues and more is an expert panel:

  • Katherine Palmer, shipping lead for the Climate Champions team

  • Dr. Tristan Smith, associate professor in energy and transport/director of consultancy at UCL/UMAS

  • Susan Ruffo, senior adviser ocean and climate at United Nations Foundation

  • Helen Barden, senior solicitor and regulatory compliance expert, NorthStandard P&I

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