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Next steps on the path towards shipping decarbonisation

About this event

Having concluded on short-term climate measures at IMO MEPC 78, member nations and organisations have turned their full attention to developing the mid-term measures necessary to progress the decarbonisation of shipping. Several proposals are on the table heading into the key debates at ISWG-GHG 13 and MEPC 79. But what are these proposals, and how can the process move forward?

AGENDA

  • Mid-term GHG measure on the table at the IMO: an overview – John Bradshaw, Technical Director for Environment and Safety, WSC
  • Opportunities for improvement and agreement – Bryan Wood-Thomas, VP, Environmental Policy, WSC
  • What are the next steps on the route to shipping’s decarbonisation? Ways forward – a conversation with:
  • Hanqiang Tan, First Secretary (Maritime) at the High Commission of the Republic of Singapore
  • Simon Bergulf, Sr. Director ESG Public and Regulatory Affairs, A.P. Moller - Maersk
  • Bryan Wood Thomas, VP, Environmental Policy, WSC
  • Moderated by Anna Larsson, Communications Director, WSC

Learn more here: Pathways To Zero Carbon Shipping — World Shipping Council

Hosted by

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    Simon Bergulf Sr. Director ESG Public and Regulatory Affairs @ A.P. Moller - Maersk

  • Team member
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    Anna Larsson Communications Director @ World Shipping Council

  • Guest speaker
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    Bryan Wood-Thomas VP, Environmental Policy @ World Shipping Council

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    Hanqiang Tan First Secretary (Maritime) @ High Commission of the Republic of Singapore

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    John Bradshaw Technical Director for Environment and Safety @ World Shipping Council

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