Time is running out for the IMO to take climate action. While waiting for it to come to its senses, ambitious states should put aside any squeamishness about national and regional action that targets foreign ships and start designing measures that can be applied to all ships visiting their ports
Webinar Video: Confronting the Arctic Climate Crisis – What Arctic Countries and the Shipping Industry Can Do
How can the shipping industry become actors of positive change for the Arctic region? How can we inspire political will and decisive action by governments? What role can Iceland and other Arctic Council states play? How can we save the summer sea ice for Arctic communities and the health of the planet?
Join us to find out how switching fuels can cut black carbon emissions from Arctic shipping and help eliminate the harmful impacts on health and the climate.
MEPC75 Webinar: Why the IMO’s draft Arctic HFO regulation will not protect the Arctic, and how to fix it
The Clean Arctic Alliance would like to invite you to an online event to present the reality and limitations of the draft Arctic HFO regulation prohibiting the use and carriage as fuel of HFO by ships in the Arctic, and why it is not fit for purpose and should be amended ahead of approval at the 75th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee.
Wednesday 19 Feb:
Bill Hemmings, Clean Shipping Coalition
Pam Pearson, International Cryosphere and Climate Initiative (IPCC):
Latest IPCC Findings, Role of BC and Global Arctic Impacts
Bryan Comer, The International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Lunchtime side event
Time: 13:20 – 13:50