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Growth in Arctic shipping is Bad News and the result of a destabilised Arctic Environment

Infographic: Growth in Arctic shipping is Bad News and the result of a destabilised Arctic Environment

The Arctic is warming 3 times faster than the rest of our planet.  The shipping industry must rapidly reduce CO2 and black carbon emissions and their effect on the Arctic.  Reversing the loss of the Arctic ice sheet, glaciers and sea ice is critical to the future of Arctic wildlife, communities and the planet. 
PPR 9-8-3 - Fuels are key to urgent Black Carbon emission reductions

PPR 9-8-3 – Fuels are key to urgent Black Carbon emission reductions

This document highlights the need for urgent action to reduce ship Black Carbon emissions impacting the Arctic. The key to reducing Black Carbon emissions is the adoption of binding measures including those aimed at improving the quality of the fuels used on board ships.
MEPC 78-11 - Proposal to Designate the Mediterranean Sea, as a whole, as an Emission ControlArea for Su... (Albania, Algeria, Austria...)

MEPC 78-11 – Proposal to Designate the Mediterranean Sea, as a whole, as an Emission Control Area for Sulphur Oxides

This document sets forth a proposal to designate the Mediterranean Sea, as a whole, as an Emission Control Area for Sulphur Oxides, hereinafter referred to as the proposed ʺMed SOX ECAʺ, in accordance with regulation 14 and Appendix III to MARPOL Annex VI to take effect from 1 January 2025.