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The latest news and developments on the implications of climate change for waterborne transport infrastructure. News is added by partners of the Think Climate Coallition. You can also let us know about the latest developments by emailing us, or by using #navclimate on twitter.

A welcome announcement from the cruise ship sector, committing to a 40% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2030.  Read more at https://www.mem-online.com/news/article/cruise-sector-commits-to-40-co2-reduction-target-for-2030.html    
Both inhabitants and industry in the UK's Orkney Islands depend on ferries for supplies, transport and communication: ferries are truly a lifeline for these communities.  So the proposed use of hydrogen could help to reduce emissions whilst maintaining this vital…
Consensus reached on global data standards for port call data Working group composed of ports, shipowners, technology providers, leading engine and automation manufacturers work with the International Taskforce, GS1, UKHO, EHMC, STM Validation project, SMART and SESAME to "allow machines…
At COP24 in Poland, UNCTAD ran a joint side event with the IMO, amongst other things highlighting the urgent need for ports to adapt to the effects of the changing climate if trade disruption is to be reduced.  Find out…
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