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Pathways to Decarbonize the Marine Shipping Sector

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Industry group backs global carbon price for large ships

09/06/21
 A major maritime industry association on Monday backed plans for a global surcharge on carbon emissions from shipping to help fund the sector’s shift toward climate-friendly fuels.

Electric Vessels Are Not Enough to Slash Shipping Emissions

09/02/21
An autonomous electric cargo ship is slated to make its maiden voyage this year, but the vessel represents just one baby step in the long road toward reducing shipping emissions.

In San Diego, an All-Electric Tugboat Eyes a 2023 Debut

07/20/21
The first fully electric harbor tugboat will soon serve the Port of San Diego. Crowley Maritime Corporation will build and operate the tug, which will be operational by mid-2023. Instead of fuel, the eWolf will reportedly source its power…

Shady Ships: Retail Giants Pollute Communities and Climate with Fossil-Fueled Ocean Shipping

07/20/21
Just fifteen companies are responsible for emitting millions of tons of pollution from importing their goods into the United States on fossil-fueled ships. Our report Shady Ships: Retail Giants Pollute Communities and Climate with Fossil-Fueled Ocean…

Panama Canal Tackles Climate-Change Puzzle: Too Little Rainwater or Too Much

06/28/21
The Panama Canal faces a creeping threat from climate change, including droughts so intense that ships sometimes reduce their cargo so as not to run aground, and giant storms that almost overwhelm its dams and…