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Cooperation is essential for successful salvage

Maritime Risk International

Cooperation is essential for successful salvage

Richard Janssen, of the International Salvage Union, stresses the importance of pollution prevention, places of refuge, and cooperation between parties and states

Environmental protection and care for scarce resources are now among the most important considerations in political and business decision making. Measures against oil pollution at sea, air pollution, damage to the ozone layer, CO2 emissions, the more recent concern about the “plastic soup” and the threat to communities due to rising seawater levels all highlight the widespread societal insistence on minimising pollution and arresting the impact of climate change.

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