Maritime consortium agrees net-zero drive


A consortium of ports, academic institutions and shippers has come together to reduce global shipping emissions on a key route by up to 30% by 2030

The Green & Digital Shipping Corridor was established in August 2022 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on the Rotterdam-Singapore route, achieving net-zero by 2050.

This latest ambition was agreed at the collective’s third workshop, held this week in Rotterdam.

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