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Monday, 13 November 2017 11:52

NavClimate news from COP23 Transport Day

Some headline comments from @COP23 Transport Thematic Day on Saturday 11th November ... OECD International Transport Forum emphasised the importance of providing evidence and supporting information to enable countries to optimise their transport policies, but cautioned that transport climate policy…
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Very interesting article in The New York Times, illustrating exactly how much there is to do in terms of decarbonisation - or how much there will be to do in terms of adaptation! See https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/11/06/climate/world-emissions-goals-far-off-course.html 
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IMO urged to limit vessel speeds to cut carbon emissions
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Research Underway to Develop Thames Air Quality Strategy
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Responding to the Threats of Sea-Level Rise
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Good to see the shipping industry will be joining the waterborne transport infrastructure sector and others from #WeAreTransport in attending COP23. ‘Ambition 1.5oC: Global Shipping’s Action Plan’ summit at COP23 will gather 150-200 industry representatives and UNFCCC delegates to take…
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The European Commission has launched a consultation on the revision of its policy on the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of CO2 emissions from maritime transport. For more information see https://ec.europa.eu/clima/consultations/articles/0032_en 
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A new international standard on resilience is now available.  ISO 22316 (2017) published by the International Organization for Standardization is intended to help organisations improve their ability to absorb and adapt to a changing environment in turn ensuring they can…
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Ice Crack in Antarctic Takes Major Turn
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Navigating a Changing Climate welcomes three new supporter organisations: SLoCaT, the Port of London Authority and the European Maritime Pilots’ Association.  The NavClimate partners look forward to engaging with these organisations as we take forward our work to support the…
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