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Norway targets IMO to halve global shipping emissions by 2050
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5 April 2018
On 5 April 2018 Reuters reported:
sions by 2050, Norway's government and shipowners' association said on Thursday before talks by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London next week. The IMO, which says international shipping represents about 2.2 percent of world carbon dioxide emissions, will meet from April 9-13 to develop a strategy to combat climate change. Shipping was not included in the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
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'Emissions should be reduced by 50 percent towards 2050 compared to 2008,' Harald Solberg, head of the Norwegian Shipowners' Association, told a joint news conference with Trade Minister Torbjoern Rooe Isaksen. ...
He said that the association's vision is that shipping should be emissions free in 2100.
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