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Navigating a safe path

Captain Hiroshi Sekine, of the UK P&I Club, considers ECDIS and safe operation, and offers a case study

EU database shows higher emissions than initially reported

The EU Monitoring, Reporting and Verification system has shown that in 2019, CO2 emissions from ships were 12 million tonnes higher than originally announced, raising familiar questions about its reliability and future use as the bedrock of EU emissions regulations, writes Anastassios Adamopoulos of Lloyd’s List

Stacking up the risks

Sudhir Malhotra, at the Standard Club, looks at container securing and stack collapses, analysing the causes and solutions

Trading clean air

Rachel Hoyland, of Hill Dickinson, considers what effect the EU Emissions Trading Scheme has on the shipping industry

A year on for Poseidon Principles

Now Kate Silverstein and Emily Widdrington, of Watson Farley & Williams, take a look at the first annual report on the Poseidon Principles

Silver bullet for green shipping in ship financing?

Shipping regulations are always in a state of flux. Here, lawyers from ASD, an International Union of Marine Insurance Professional Partner (IPP), consider two of the most pressing issues of the day – the climate and cyber risks. First, Stephanie Landauer and Lars Kortländer, of ASD law firm, ask whether the Poseidon Principles will prove the answer when it comes to green ship financing