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Exhaust emissions from Marine Diesel - Photo: Jonathan Eastland/Ajax/Alamy

Response: Impacts of Black Carbon Emissions from Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oils

Clean Arctic Responds to a LinkedIn post by Francisco Malta of VM Industrials - Aderco Oceania, and a subsequent statement by the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) regarding black carbon emissions from very-low sulphur fuel oils (VLSFOs).
Webinar: Black carbon, the Arctic and Shipping: July 21 2020

Webinar: Black carbon, the Arctic and Shipping: July 21 2020

An event to consider the impact of black carbon in the Arctic, the consequences for Arctic communities, action to address shipping emissions within existing international forums (Arctic Council, the Stockholm Convention, the International Maritime Organization), and the opportunities to address black carbon emissions threats.
Video: Banning Heavy Fuel Oil Use in the Arctic

Nordic Council Urged to Support Ban on Heavy Fuel Oil From Arctic Shipping

Responding to the publication of a new report to the Nordic Council on “Reducing risks and increasing environmental security in Arctic Waters”, the Clean Arctic Alliance, the Iceland Nature Conservation Association and Green Transition Denmark today welcomed the report and urged Nordic Ministers to support the Report’s recommendations to ban the use of heavy fuel oil (HFO) in the Arctic and to minimize damaging emissions of pollutants that accelerate the melting of Arctic ice, such as black carbon.