Its finally time for a price on GHG emissions from international shipping.
At next week’s negotiations at IMO, Fiji, Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu and Vanuatu seek agreement...
Pacific island countries propose emissions reduction targets for shipping GHG of 37% by 2030 and 96% by 2040.
Pacific nations demand a clear framework of principles for the reduction of GHG emissions from international shipping.
Fiji, Marshall Islands and Solomon Islands propose ways that revenues accruing from the implementation of the Revised IMO Strategy on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships could be used.
GHG-EW 3-INF.10 - Factsheet Universal Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Levy (Ghgl) (Marshall Islands)
6PAC May 2023 ad hoc Experts Workshop - Combining a GHG Levy and GFS
Majuro (Thursday, 1 June 2023)
The World Climate Industry Expo Leaders Summit hosted in the city of Busan by the Republic of South Korea was held on Saturday, 27 May...
Shipping Sector Emissions - 80th Session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC80)
Pacific Elders’ Voice (PEV) wants ambition ramped up at the IMO shipping emissions negotiations
Whats next for the Pacific at the IMO Pt1
The Next Breakthrough in Shipping Isn't on the Horizon. It's here
IWSA Newsletter - July 2023
Majuro, Marshall Islands – November 8, 2023: The Micronesian Center for Sustainable Transport (MCST) and the International Windship Association (IWSA) have signed a Memorandum of...
2 November 2023, Suva, Fiji –The Pacific Blue Shipping Partnership (PBSP) meeting, hosted at the Novotel Hotel in Lami, witnessed an influential call for sustainable shipping...