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The Lloyd's List sustainability hub provides insight, analysis and commentary to identify the immediate and long-term challenges as shipping navigates its way towards an emissions-free future.

Sustainability Spotlight: Analysis and comment

Climate risk is changing shipping bankers’ behaviour but spooking investors

While shipping lenders have taken early steps through their Poseidon Principles, aligning portfolios to decreasing CO2 trajectories in line with global targets, this is at times at odds with their beliefs and behaviours in what they are financing, according to a new academic study

Sustainability Finance

Shipping’s carbon challenge is a case of economic Darwinism

Lloyd List - The View Regulation

A little less conversation, a little more action please

Stripped of its useful scapegoat, the conversation inside shipping’s most progressive think tank has struggled to reframe the narrative and produce compelling evidence that progress has been made from ambition to action

Environment Regulation


Audio & Reports

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The outlook for shipping’s decisive decade

The outlooks for shipping’s future are becoming more circumspect about the achievability of short-term goals, and by extension what happens in the future. But this is not simply a conversation about fuels, or even energy systems — the factors that will determine where the industry lands on the spectrum of scenarios laid out ahead involve a much more serious and holistic approach and a much wider dialogue outside shipping

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to get shipping into the clean energy value chain

Ramping up the production of clean fuels is one thing, but joining the dots between ports, shipping and the logistics sectors while aligning the public and private sector support required to catalyse a global clean energy transition, is not something that just happens. This week’s edition of the podcast reports from inside a global meeting of energy ministers trying to turn aspiration into action

Clockwise from top left: Andy McKeran, Lloyd's Register; Isabelle Rojon and Rico Salgmann, World Bank; Alexandra Ebbinghaus, Shell Marine; Alexander Saverys, CMB and Simon Bergulf, Group Representative Europe Public and Regulatory Affairs
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is shipping’s zero-carbon revolution on track?

Shipping’s zero carbon transition has made progress, but in key areas, it is stalling. The magnitude of action and investment needs to be stepped up and, for that to happen, regulatory clarity and climate financing must be agreed. In this extended edition of the podcast, Maersk, Shell, CMB, Lloyd’s Register and the World Bank contribute insights to a special progress report on maritime decarbonisation

Lloyd’s List editor Richard Meade gathers the editorial team round the microphone
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What we learnt from Nor-Shipping

Decarbonisation dominated the debate at this year’s Nor-Shipping, but in between hot air and emissions there was time to take the temperature of an industry in flux. The Lloyd’s List team out in Oslo reflect on their key takeaways from four days of conversations and canapes


Regulation Timeline

Lloyd’s List’s interactive timeline includes links to related content and supporting information/documentation on impending regulation