Sulphur-sniffing drone patrols Danish strait
The Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has confirmed that over the next four months, a new drone that will sniff out sulphur emissions from ships will be tested over the Great Belt strait in Denmark.
New study unveils significant market demand for low carbon shipping fuels
A new study from marine and energy consultancy BLUE Insight has found that more than 40 organisations are vying for a share of the $1.4 trillion low carbon shipping fuels and energy market.
Dutch Shipping Company Develops Clipper Ship
A Dutch shipping company is planning to build a sailing clipper to transport cargo emissions free.
Report: Container Shipping is Making Progress Reducing CO2 Emissions
Carbon dioxide emissions from the global containerized shipping industry declined in 2019 and continued to make steady progress according to a new report from Clean Cargo.
Maersk joins forces with Nike, Mercedes-Benz and Microsoft in new green partnership
In a new green partnership, Maersk joins forces with some of the world’s biggest shippers to propel the green transition. The goal is to make zero emissions possible by 2050.