Can a 400 meter ship that carries 18,000 semi-truck-sized containers reduce its carbon footprint? How a shipping company is striving for sustainability and how it needs to position itself amidst a changing environment.
Sailing towards sustainability: how one company is using kites to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on the high seas
New shipping routes open as Arctic ice caps recede due to climate change.
Nome’s New Race – A small frontier port town strives to control its destiny as global maritime traffic drives its way.
Shipping plays a key role in global trade, but it is environmentally unregulated and a major contributor of carbon emissions
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), the world’s 3rd largest shipping company, is facing unique challenges and opportunities on climate change. How should MOL set a right course to sail the world with such challenges and opportunities?
Although climate change generates huge losses for Mother Nature and humankind, it turns out that it’s not all bad news. In fact, the devastating effects of climate change may generate substantial financial gains for some industries. One such industry is the shipping industry, and Eimskip, the oldest Icelandic shipping company in the world, is curbing its carbon emissions while also recognizing the opportunities arising from the melting of our final frontier.
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