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Michael Grey

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Viewpoint: As the decades roll by

In his final column for Lloyd's List, Michael Grey looks back on his career as a shipping industry observer and what we can expect as new decade opens

Viewpoint International

Viewpoint: Is trade bad for shipping?

The shrieking voices of impatient climate activism need to pipe down and become better educated on maritime matters. The industry is changing to make itself sustainable, but grandstanding activists have not bothered to find out how

Viewpoint Environment

Viewpoint: The salvors’ lifeblood

The International Salvage Union is reshaping itself to offer up risk foresight for those in the shipping industry as well as its traditional role of picking up the pieces

International Viewpoint

Viewpoint: Logistics log-jam

At a time of heightened environmental consciousness, big diesel-engined ships and truck fleets have become perceived as a public enemy by a substantial part of the population

International Containers

Viewpoint: A breath of sea air

It is not unreasonable to point out to politicians that almost all of the factors that caused the disappearance of so much of the UK shipping industry in the latter years of the 20th century remain

Europe United Kingdom

Viewpoint: Water everywhere

All around the developed world there are people who would rather see the ports silt up rather than have their waters deepened a few feet to facilitate trade and help with the dispersal of flood waters

Europe United Kingdom
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