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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.


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    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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    UK Chamber of Shipping and Nautilus welcome government amendment on Nationality & Borders Bill

    After extensive lobbying from the UK Chamber of Shipping and Nautilus International, the Government has confirmed it has tabled an amendment to the new Nationality and Borders Bill expressly exempting seafarers from criminal prosecution who are required by law to rescue people at sea.

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    Introducing Making Waves: The Future of Shipping

    Committed to a cleaner future, the global shipping industry is undergoing a transformative journey. 'Making Waves: The Future of Shipping' an exclusive new programme produced in collaboration with CWP, shines a spotlight on the efforts already underway and sends a clear call for continued ambitious action in order to decarbonise.

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    UK Chamber signs Global Maritime Forum Call to Action on shipping decarbonisation

    The UK Chamber of Shipping has become the latest organisation to sign the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonisation which urges world leaders to align shipping with the Paris Agreement temperature goal.

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    COP26: Launch of Clydebank Declaration

    At COP26 in Glasgow, the Government has launched the Clydebank Declaration. 19 countries have declared their ambition and intent to support the establishment of green shipping corridors – zero-emission shipping routes between 2 ports.

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    Second Edition of Pilots’ Pocket Guide and Checklist from the British Tugowners Association Released

    The British Tugowners Association (BTA) in collaboration with the UK Chamber of Shipping has launched its new Pilots’ Pocket Guide and Checklist which can be purchased here.



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