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Declan Bush

Multimedia Editor

London
 

Former Lloyd’s List sustainability editor Declan re-joined us in August 2023 as multimedia editor, overseeing our daily news and other digital output. Between his Lloyd’s List tours of duty, Declan covered distressed debt as a reporter with Reorg, an industry-leading financial newswire. He has also written for legal trade press and, before that, newspapers in his native Western Australia. When not checking the news, Declan plays guitar in London's blues music scene and buys more books than will ever have time to read.

Latest From Declan Bush

How Kongsberg designed a ‘super-efficient’ bulker

Norway’s Kongsberg Maritime has unveiled a design for a bulk carrier claiming to make big fuel savings as owners seek to future-proof ships

Sustainability Technology and Innovation

Höegh Autoliners boss more bullish on ammonia

A year ago shipping lines including Norway’s Höegh Autoliners were reluctant to voice clear support for ammonia fuel. But times have changed

Sustainability Fuels

Should we even be making e-fuels?

Shipping will be among the last heavy industries to decarbonise, and maybe that’s okay, suggests green boss of digital shipping firm Navtor

Sustainability Fuels

Shipping is stuck in the ’70s on charterparties, says Torvald Klaveness’ chief

Greener shipping practices need to be written into charterparties to make them a reality. But shipping is stuck in the 1970s, according to Torvald Klaveness’ chief executive

Sustainability Dry Bulk

Decarbonisation is in a ‘valley of death’

In an interview, the chief technology officer of the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping says the industry must collaborate more to get out of the rut it is in and clear a path for green investment

Sustainability Environment

‘Carbon sponge’ attracts sharks in Athens

A Los Angeles tech start-up aiming to solve onboard carbon capture’s storage problem won nods of approval from a panel of executives at the Posidonia Shark Tank — and hints of investment to come

Posidonia Sustainability
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