- MOL PLANS TO INSTALL MICROPLASTIC COLLECTION DEVICE ON ITS NEWBUILDING
- UK GOVERNMENT LAUNCHES £20 MILLION COMPETITION TO PROPEL GREEN SHIPBUILDING
- CMA CGM REDUCES OVERALL EMISSIONS OF ITS FLEET BY 4% IN 2020
- PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL LINES SENTENCED FOR ILLEGALLY DISCHARGING OIL INTO GUAM
- SOLOMON ISLANDS FACE ANOTHER BIG OIL SPILL
- LR UNVEILS DECARBONISATION ADVISORY CENTER IN GREECE
- PLASTIC INGESTION BY FISH BECOMES A BIGGER PROBLEM
- TROPICAL FISH ESCAPE WARMER SEAS BY EXTENDING THEIR HABITAT RANGES
- JAPANESE GOVERNMENT UNVEILS ITS PLANS FOR AMMONIA FUELLING
- CHINA TO FOCUS ON OFFSHORE WIND GROWTH
- CANADA’S NORTHLAND POWER TO ACQUIRE A 49% INTEREST IN OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT
- CHINA LAUNCHES CARBON TRADING SYSTEM FOR DECARBONISING ITS ECONOMY
MOL plans to install microplastic collection device on its newbuildingMitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) intends to mount a microplastic collection system on a newbuilding woodchip carrier scheduled to be delivered in 2022 and sail under a charter contract with Marusumi Paper.
CMA CGM reduces overall emissions of its fleet by 4% in 2020CMA CGM, a French container shipping company, said in its annual report for 2020 that its fleet's total emissions decreased by 4% in 2020 compared to 2019.
Solomon Islands face another big oil spillTwo years after authorities were faced with a huge bunker leak, the government of the Solomon Islands is facing another large clean-up, accusing the crew of a 30-year-old bulk carrier of dumping about 1,000 tonnes of heavy fuel oil into local waters.
Plastic ingestion by fish becomes a bigger problemAn increasingly pervasive issue is the ingestion of plastic by marine animals, with waste turning up in the bellies of wildlife as diverse as mammals, birds, turtles and fish.
Tropical fish escape warmer seas by extending their habitat rangesTropical fish are escaping warmer oceans under rising global warming by extending their habitat ranges to more temperate waters.
Japanese government unveils its plans for ammonia fuellingThe Japanese government has mapped out plans to develop important plans to fuel ammonia for its utility and shipping sectors.
China to focus on offshore wind growthAccording to consultants from Rystad Energy, China is expected to lead the way in global offshore wind farm production in the coming years.
China launches carbon trading system for decarbonising its economyAs the world's largest polluter takes action to decarbonize its economy by 2060, China launched a carbon trading scheme on Monday designed to reduce emissions.
Panama Canal announces reduction of more than 13 million tons of CO2 in 2020By offering ships a shorter path, the Panama Canal has led to a reduction of more than 13 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent emissions in 2020.
Alfa Laval joins Maersk to work on low-carbon and zero-carbon technologiesAiming to work on the production of low and zero carbon technology for the maritime industry, Alfa Laval has joined the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping.
Eastern Pacific Shipping meets its CO2 reduction target 2 years ahead of scheduleEastern Pacific Shipping (EPS), based in Singapore, announced its ESG policy for 2021 and is celebrating meeting its CO2 reduction target two years ahead of schedule.
Hyundai Heavy to release IPO to raise Green Tech investmentOn Tuesday, South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd said it is preparing an initial public offering (IPO) to raise funds for a 1 trillion won ($905 million) investment in green technology over five years.