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Morten Jensen Nov 11
Excellent - happy to see how a 🇪🇺 Motorways of the Sea Action contributes to
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Cleaner Ships, Safer World Nov 11
All types of large whales are vulnerable to being hit by ship traffic. Slower speeds cuts the risk of fatal collisions. France’s ambitious plan for GLOBAL speed limits for ships is being discussed at in London Nov 11-15! Is your country supporting?
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AIRCOAT Nov 15
Always good to catch up with all the partners and a very productive two days in Athens! Thank you again to for hosting this consortium meeting! 🚢🌿
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350 Tacoma Nov 12
Shipping speed reductions of 20 per cent would cut greenhouse gas emissions by close to a third. Meanwhile, ocean-going vessels that use zero-emission fuels (note: that’s not LNG!) must start entering the global fleet by 2030.
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OceanAssets Nov 14
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Kamea Chayne Nov 10
These entrepreneurs are bringing back wind-powered ships that look like 19th-century pirate ships to counteract the carbon footprint of cargo shipping.
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AIRCOAT Nov 15
All set for day 2 of our consortium meeting in ! Thanks to our partner for hosting all of us 🌊🛳 we are looking ahead to #2020 and the second half of the project 📈 🚢🌿
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Benjamin Jullien Nov 13
Global Trade’s Bright (Green) Future - Pascal Lamy op-ed "Keeping in check will require reducing the carbon footprint associated with global shipping"
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SUARDIAZ Group Nov 13
Discover the most important statistics of the maritime transport industry in "The Review of Maritime Transport 2019" by
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We Mean Business Nov 11
Transparent "operational efficiency" rules at could prevent 3.8 billion tonnes of cumulative CO2 emissions by 2030 in the industry - like closing 98 coal power plants! Does your country support? Nov 11-15
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Center for Shipping and Global Logistics Nov 13
German shipping company and compatriot engine manufacturer have unveiled a project to retrofit the container vessel Wes Amelie to liquefied synthetic natural gas (SNG) operation. Source:
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Asbjørn Christiansen Nov 11
The saved 19.000 MT of CO2 in the first year of fully ferries. And they continue their green journey.
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ralf ekrowski, Nov 11
Zu gehört auch, daß nur der Wind und altes Wissen ausreichen, um eine Ware von A nach B zu bringen. CO2 neutral und elegant.
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HBMG Nov 13
's who carry 22 million passengers in the understands as a clean fuel source. My friend, the late Marcel LaRoche led the repowering of vessels. To him, was always for future generations.
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ralf ekrowski, Nov 13
ist für die Seehäfen wie eine Option!Winds of change: the sailing ships cleaning up sea transport
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ralf ekrowski, Nov 12
20 Millionen Euro für die Wasserstoff-Forschung in Bremerhaven
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Ricardo Cesar Nov 12
Ocean pioneers fostering - Ocean Seminar NBBW in Rio
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ralf ekrowski, Nov 10
Replying to @kahrs
Unsere Nachbarn denken da schon weiter. ist für Hafenstädte wie das Zukunftsthema. Hier kommt Marine-Schwerlast-Bahn-PKW Verkehr zusammen. Hier könnten Zukunftslabore entstehen.
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Noor Nov 9
Pacific Green () Tweeted: The shipping sector is ‘ready to deliver’ on zero-emission waterborne transport, said SEA Europe.
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