From 1 January 2024, shipping will be included in the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS). Based on current emissions, Hecla Emissions Management has calculated what the ETS bill will look like for shipping, beginning at well over EUR 3 billion in 2024. The European...
European shipping is heading towards a troublesome future. It faces ever more regulations, needs to green the fleet and has trouble finding financing. In his latest opinion piece, SWZ|Maritime’s editor-in-chief Antoon Oosting argues that the consumer will in the end...
Next spring, pulse fishing will be reviewed again after already being banned by the European Parliament. The European Commission promised this when discussing the ICES report during the European Parliament’s Committee on Fisheries on 16 November. The report...
IMO’s plan to legislate a 40 per cent reduction in maritime CO2 emissions within ten years has resulted in a mixed response from shipping organisations. The environmental movement, on the other hand, has sharply criticised the plan and favours the EU Green Deal...
Dutch fishermen will be dealt a deathblow by a hard brexit. A hard brexit irrevocably leads to the end of the European fisheries policy. And it is Dutch fishermen in particular, who benefit from this common policy. That is what Gerard van Balsfoort, chairman of the...
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