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  • Australia fights to boost domestic shipping

    Australian unions have launched a new campaign ‘to save Australian shipping’, at a time when the number of Aussie-flagged vessels continues to decline and jobs are being offshored. Abi Millar...

  • Clean-up time for the cruise industry

    A recent report by German environmental group Nabu claims the cruise industry has made no effort in reducing its emissions. Is this a fair assessment or a blinkered misrepresentation of...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 49

    In this issue: Ending dangerous shipbreaking, GloFouling Partnerships project’s bid to reduce the spread of aquatic species, using composite materials in shipbuilding, how to protect ports from global warming, and...

  • Protecting ports from global warming

    Ports and harbours are vulnerable to extreme weather events, but they are also instrumental in the aftermath of a natural disaster for the delivery of emergency aid to the affected...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 48

    In this issue: An air quality strategy for the Thames, addressing safety in Arctic shipping, the importance of maritime chokepoints, plans to build the Seine-Nord Europe Canal, helping the industry...

  • Developing an air quality plan for the Thames

    This summer, the Port of London Authority announced new research to develop an air quality strategy for the Thames. The project, part of the Thames Vision programme, will look into...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 47

    In this issue: Reasons behind the IMO’s decision to delay ballast water management requirement, how blockchain could change the future of global trade, a new digital seal for shipping containers,...

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