Dubai wants to be the city with the lowest carbon footprint in the world by 2050.
The IMO-executed project will address bioinvasions by organisms which can build up on ships’ hulls and other marine structures.
Francis Lai, Wilhelmsen Ships Service, shares with Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, a global overview of the R-22 situation and the recommended options available to help comply with the phase-out.
“We will need new solutions, in addition to traditional efficiency measures, to reach the 2050 target. But to pick the right solutions, we need realistic projections.”
With two-thirds of consumers stating a preference for sustainable brands, the ability to promote ethical and environmentally mindful practices across the supply chain has never been more important.
There is a growing commitment from shipowners to transparency and the provision of data on their ship recycling policies and practices.
More businesses are generating value from waste products that otherwise would end up in landfill or our oceans, rivers and lakes.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, talks to Paul Holthus, founding president and CEO of World Ocean Council (WOC), about the sustainability of ocean and how ethics and transparency are keys to its future.
Rajiv Nigam, GM, Technical Services Group, Wilhelmsen Ship Management, shares with Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, the challenges of using compliant fuel and how to develop a holistic risk assessment.
Rajiv Nigam, GM, Technical Services Group, Wilhelmsen Ship Management, shares with Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, the option of changing to compliant fuel in compliance to IMO 2020.