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    UK Shipping Industry Demands Net-Zero By 2050

    In a landmark decision, the UK shipping industry has agreed that the international shipping sector must pursue a net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050.

    International regulations require the global shipping industry to cut their emissions by 50% compared to 2008 levels. But the UK Chamber of Shipping has now confirmed it wants the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to double this target and commit to net-zero emissions by 2050.


  • SHIPS AND PORT
    Key shipping issues: Our views

    We work constantly on a range of issues on behalf of our members. Here you can read our views on some of our key priorities

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    Safety Culture Conference: A Review

    The UK Chamber of Shipping was delighted to host its annual  Safety Culture Conference on 20th & 21st September. Read a review here. 

  • AD 2023
    Annual Dinner 2023

    Book your tickets for our 2023 annual dinner 

  • Baroness Vere
    UK Chamber of Shipping welcomes new maritime minister

    Chamber CEO Sarah Treseder has welcomed the appointment of Baroness Vere as maritime minister 

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    Funding and support opportunities

    Find out more about funding and support opportunities for the maritime sector.

  • Environmental Resolution
    Environmental Resolution

    The UK Chamber of Shipping and its members are committed to continuously reduce shipping’s footprint on the environment and protect it for present and future generations. 

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    British Tugowners Association - safety seminar

    The Annual Safety Seminar of the British Tugowners Association will be held on Thursday 10 November at the Northern Lighthouse Board (NLB) premises in Edinburgh.