Collaborating to Transform Shipping: Meeting IMO GHG Targets for 2030 and Beyond
As a new year dawns, the maritime industry is one step closer to the ambitious targets set in the IMO's revised greenhouse gas (GHG) strategy. Of particular note are the 2030 targets, which set out to reduce the carbon intensity of the global fleet by at least 40% as compared to 2008 - with further reductions planned in the medium and long term. Meeting these targets will require collaboration on a global scale, spanning knowledge, equipment and technologies, ways of working, human skills, financing and more. Meeting these targets will require collaboration on a global scale, spanning knowledge, equipment and technologies, ways of working, human skills, financing and more.
|28.11.2023 – 16.30
|28.11.2023 – 18.00
The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce recently hosted an enlightening event featuring a panel of esteemed maritime experts from the United Kingdom and Norway. These specialists delved into the collaborations already shaping the industry and discussed the potential pathways and challenges that lie ahead in achieving a more sustainable maritime future.
It was a great pleasure to have had the Norwegian Minister of Fisheries and Ocean Policy, Cecilie T. Myrseth, deliver the opening remarks. Many thanks are also due to Counsellor for Trade, Industry and Fisheries at the Norwegian Embassy in London, Kristine Werdelin Bergan, and NBCC President, Annett Abo, for warmly welcoming the guests to the event.
We are pleased to offer the recording of this exclusive, invite-only event for those who could not join us. The seminar recording, available below, serves as a crucial resource for understanding and participating in these transformative discussions.
Our moderator and panel
Founder & CEO
Intent Communications Ltd
Chief Sales Officer
Yara Marine Technologies
Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs
Carnival Corporation plc
Marine Business Development Manager