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Japan just successfully delayed adoption of tougher future efficiency regs for oil tankers, with support of Liberia. “There’s not enough data” they argue, so the question of whether there’s enough data will go back to the working group. Which is run by Japan .@mepc73
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Edmund Hughes 26 Oct 18
Replying to @IMOclimate @IMOHQ
The Working Group is chaired by Mr Koichi Yoshida of Japan. In this role he has to act with total impartiality - this has never been by the Member Governments over the more than 20 years of service to the please do not seek to impune his reputation. Thanks
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IMOclimate 29 Oct 18
Replying to @Hughes_ej1967 @IMOHQ
Ok. So if what Japan says is true, after 7 years of EEDI we still don’t have the data needed to make decisions on refining it. So who is responsible for the design of this flawed, voluntary EEDI data reporting system, and will they apologize to IMO for delaying its decisions?
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Mark Borg 🇫🇯🇲🇹 24 Oct 18
Replying to @IMOclimate
It's incredible how countries like Japan keep their heads in the sand ignoring what's happening around them and the science of climate change. Time for plan B.... a citizens' boycott on products from countries that act irresponsibly on climate change.
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Yasiru Ranaraja 24 Oct 18
Replying to @IMOclimate @IPCC_CH
Seems like special report is a waste of motivation. I thought maybe flag states would take things more seriously. And act more mature. But it’s not the case! If MEPC fail to meet binding agreement, is no use! Sad truth!
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Stephen Leahy 25 Oct 18
Replying to @IMOclimate
Japan's Abe government inviting more supertyphoons thru their inaction on
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Johan Roos 26 Oct 18
Replying to @IMOclimate
We did seven rounds in that correspondence group, excellently coordinated by Japan. The data shows what the data shows. What was your contribution, besides now sitting on the side-line slandering?
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