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
Ammonia-powered newbuilding vessel orders start to emerge as engine designers including WinGD, MAN and Wärtsilä aim to start delivering ammonia engines soon
It will require significant R&D investment to achieve zero-emission ships. MSC says this must be supported by a political environment that allows for businesses to ‘de-risk’ such investments, and a commitment to infrastructure development in the developing countries
Sustainability Spotlight: Analysis and comment
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
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
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