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China's Dam and Canal Megaprojects May Not Save It From Water Crisis

Published Sep 29, 2022 8:15 PM by The Lowy Interpreter

[By Henry Storey] Southern China’s longest drought on record is the latest manifestation of a slow-burning but...

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Enablers for Decarbonizing the Maritime Industry: Playbook Part 3

Published Sep 25, 2022 2:48 PM by Mikael Lind et al.

[By Mikael Lind, Wolfgang Lehmacher, Louise De Tremerie, Frank Dubielzig, Ellinor Forsström, Paul Holthus, Andrea Morgan...

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UMAS: Cost of IMO 2050 Target Could Reach $1.4 Trillion

Published Sep 23, 2022 7:13 PM by The Maritime Executive

The international shipping industry requires a staggering $1.4 trillion in capital expenditure to achieve a 50 percent cut in emis...

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UK Receives 26 Bids in First-Ever Carbon Storage Site Auction 

Published Sep 23, 2022 4:24 PM by The Maritime Executive

The UK reports a strong response for its first-ever carbon storage licensing round which offers up 13 areas along the coast for th...

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Viking Line Route Between Sweden and Finland to Become Green Corridor

Published Sep 21, 2022 6:13 PM by The Maritime Executive

Efforts are underway to develop a green shipping corridor between Sweden and Finland that will be one of the first under the initi...

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WasteFuel Technology Converts Municipal Solid Waste to Green Methanol

Published Sep 20, 2022 6:52 PM by The Maritime Executive

With the shipping industry moving toward the broader adoption of methanol as an alternative fuel supply and sourcing concerns rema...

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Trafigura Teams with Start-up Amogy to Study Ammonia Cracking 

Published Sep 20, 2022 6:01 PM by The Maritime Executive

Commodities trading giant Trafigura is stepping up its focus on the potential for hydrogen and the use of ammonia as a transport c...

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Photos: U.S. Coast Guard Boards Foreign Fishing Vessels Off Galapagos

Published Sep 15, 2022 10:50 PM by The Maritime Executive

The U.S. Coast Guard has carried out its first IUU fishing patrol under the flag of the South Pacific Regional Fisheries Managemen...

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Study: Renewable LNG May Not Improve Near-Term GHG Emissions

Published Sep 14, 2022 2:42 PM by The Maritime Executive

A new study from an American think tank suggests that renewable bio-LNG would require billions of dollars in subsidies to use acro...

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Could Onboard Carbon Capture Extend the Life of Fossil Bunkers?

Published Sep 12, 2022 11:48 PM by The Maritime Executive

Onboard carbon capture is the only technology that can make conventional marine fuels compatible with emissions goals, and some te...

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