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COP28 Nuclear Commitments for a Sustainable Future

COP28 has once again underscored the challenges in achieving consensus on energy system development. The debate revolves around either 'phasing out fossil fuels' or the 'need for emission reduction.' This economic tug-of-war involves fossil fuel producers, the demand for cost-effective
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COP28 – ‘Shaping the Future of Shipping’

The First Global Stock Take

As the sails of COP28 unfurl in Dubai, a pivotal moment for the maritime industry takes centre stage. The journey that began with the Paris Agreement in 2015, addressing global climate action, has brought us

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Biden Administration Invests $12 Billion to Boost Electric Vehicle Production

The Biden administration on Thursday announced its plans to invest more than $15 billion in grants and loans to support the auto industry’s transition to electric vehicles.

The package includes $10 billion in loans and $2 billion in grants to

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Charting ‘All the Way to Zero’ with the ‘Laura Maersk’

Emblazoned with ‘All the Way to Zero’ in bold letters on her hull, the A.P. Moller – Maersk ship ‘Laura Maersk’ made history as the first green methanol-fueled vessel to grace the seas. Launched in Copenhagen on September 14th by

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Setting Sail Towards Sustainability: The ‘Pyxis Ocean’

Embarking on a groundbreaking journey, the ‘Pyxis Ocean,’ a remarkable kamsarmax cargo carrier, recently commenced its first wind-powered voyage from Singapore to Brazil. A testament to innovation, this vessel is equipped with two towering 37.5-meter automated sails, a remarkable feat

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UK Government’s Plan to Achieve Net Zero Targets: Insights from the Public Accounts Committee

Today, the UK Government has finally released its plans on how the country will achieve its UK Net Zero targets by 2050. This announcement comes just one week after the Public Accounts Committee met to discuss the National Audit Office’s

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