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Decarbonisation and shipping post-COP26

Lloyd's Shipping & Trade Law

Decarbonisation and shipping post-COP26

This article examines the latest developments affecting the shipping industry’s decarbonisation efforts on the back of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) and the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee’s 77th session (MEPC77).

It is argued that a public role for the shipping industry is crystallising, and an enabling environment for co-regulation, via the development of policies, measures and programmes in cooperation with the IMO, is neatly falling into place.

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