Elena Talalasova, Senior Project Manager, Global Maritime Forum will be presenting on Green Shipping Corridors on Thursday 9th May.

The second edition of the Annual Progress Report on Green Shipping Corridors provides a checkpoint for a movement that, in just over a year, has grown in both numbers and maturity. This report shows that green corridor initiatives are expanding and maturing but a number of challenges old and new could still prevent green corridors from unlocking wider maritime decarbonisation. Learn about a doubling number of initiatives and the notable increase in the level of maturity of these initiatives.

Joining Elena in the Green Shipping Corridor Session is:

  • Ahila Karan, Senior Decarbonisation Analyst, Lloyd’s Register Maritime Decarbonisation Hub
  • Mr Wei Siang New, Director, Maritime Decarbonisation & Net-Zero Pathways, MPA
  • Mark Button, Associate, ARUP

Elena Talalasova is a senior project manager at the Global Maritime Forum, where she leads workstreams on national policy for international shipping decarbonisation and evaluates the progress of the global green corridor movement. In addition, she advises multiple existing green corridor initiatives on their policy engagement process.

Read more about the session Global Maritime Forum will be presenting in and other speakers in the conference programme.


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