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Monday, 07 October 2019 12:42

BIMCO calls to regulate propulsion power of ships

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A new article in the Marine Engineers Messenger discusses a proposal from BIMCO to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) which calls to regulate propulsion power of ships in order to sustain the greenhouse gas savings already achieved through slower steaming.…
Including the carbon footprint as a factor in business decisions (alongside costs, time and reliability, etc.) is becoming of greater importance for the implementation of environmental policies e.g. as a result of actions following on from the Paris agreements. Interested…
Download your guidance on how to carbon audit logistics buildings  on our website , on the Global Logistics Emissions Council downloads section, published by Fraunhofer IML. This guidance provides advice on how to carbon audit logistics buildings with view to logistics chain…
An updated method to calculate the carbon footprint of the global logistics supply chain was released this summer by Smart Freight Centre and the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC), a group of companies, industry associations and programs, and backed by…
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