The 74th sitting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) ended on Friday without agreement of any of the proposals put forward to reduce GHGs (greenhouse gas emissions) from shipping.
They included a French and Greek proposal, supported by 120 shipping companies, to impose a mandatory speed limit on shipping.
However, the IMO did agree to keep the proposal on the table as one of three to be debated further at …
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