Shipping emissions ‘could comprise 17% of global CO2 by 2050'

Proposed emissions cuts from industry insufficient to keep global warming below COP 21 target, say green groups

Three non-governmental organisations have said the international shipping industry could be responsible for 17% of global carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 if no regulations are implemented.In the...

Ocean protection a matter of life and death, says Sasakawa

Industry veteran calls for unified global body to protect seas for future generations

Russia sanctions could be extended

Western leaders discuss extension at G20 summit in Antalya

Idle fleet continues to surge

Owners slow to take tonnage out of service as supply-side imbalance remains

CMA CGM poised to narrow gap with Maersk and MSC

APL brand name likely to be kept if French line seals takeover of Singapore carrier

Box lines in push to lift transpacific spot rates ahead of contract season

Urgent need to halt the decline and avoid being locked into 12-month commitments at rockbottom prices

ClassNK amends rules after MOL Comfort catastrophe

Japanese class society to adopt amendments ahead of IACS deadline

Logistics needs to rectify gender gap

A summit on gender diversity within the Australian logistics sector was held today at the Pullman Hotel in Melbourne, with delegates hearing that the industry was lagging in its promotion of women

Infrastructure body releases consultation document

A recently-created infrastructure body wants public and stakeholder comment on the state’s pressing needs.

China’s changing trade patterns

China will still need Australian minerals, but the nature of trade is changing, according to one of Australia’s leading economic forecasters.