Norway seeking zero emissions from shipping

In the News | September 12, 2018 | Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News | Seatrade Maritime News
While the IMO’s target of a 50% cut in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipping by 2050 is seen as “ambitious” Norway is seeking zero emission shipping. Norway convened a high...

Don’t Let Ships Sink Paris Climate-Change Agreement

In the News | September 10, 2018 | Sue Libenson, Pacific Environment | The Mercury News
The Bay Area welcomes thousands of international visitors for the Global Climate Action Summit this week. They come to announce far-reaching steps to solve our climate crisis. But, no matter how...

Why does Carnival continue sailing with heavy fuel oil?

In the News | August 9, 2018 | Eelco Leemans and Kevin Harun | Trouw
Carnival, an American company, is one of the largest organizers of cruise holidays in the world and sails with over a hundred cruise ships all over the world. Sailing by burning...

Environmental activists: “Consumers can stop dirty ships from smashing the Arctic’s nature”

In the News | July 19, 2018 | Kevin Harun, Arctic Program Director, Pacific Environment and KÅRE PRESS-KRISTENSEN, Senior Counselor, Ecological Council, Copenhagen | Politiken
Note: Translated to English from the original Danish  Heavy bunker oil is the most dirty fuel that ships can sail with. It is at risk of destroying Greenland’s nature, which is...