IMO member states have been urged by environmental campaigners to reject shipping emission proposals from an IMO intersessional working group.
After meeting this week the group’s Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Ships (J/5) draft text will be forwarded to the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), scheduled for 16-20 November, where parties are expected to adopt the recommendations.
However, campaigners argued that the J/5 proposals violate the IMO’s own initial greenhouse gas strategy in …
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