The Global Maritime Forum says that data provided by leading ship managers indicates that only 15.3% of seafarers have received COVID-19 vaccinations and that the crew change crisis continues to get worse.
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Here’s another sign that the Biden administration is all on board with tougher shipping decarbonization goals. The governments of the United States, Denmark and Norway, along with the Global Maritime Forum and
In a worldwide call to action to end the unprecedented crew change deadlock caused by COVID-19, over 300 companies and organizations have joined forces to help resolve what has become a humanitarian
Adding to the pressures on ship operators to reduce GHG emissions from their fleets, a group of some of the world’s most significant charterers of vessels have signed a commitment to assess
At least $1 trillion of capital investment in land-based and ship-related infrastructure will be needed to achieve the IMO target of reducing world shipping’s total greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50%
DECEMBER 10, 2018 — The Global Maritime Forum – an international not-for-profit organization committed to shaping the future of global seaborne trade – has chosen Singapore as the venue for its next
OCTOBER 4, 2018 — The chief executives of Euronav, Cargill Ocean Transportation and Gaslog are among a group of 34 CEOs and industry leaders brought together by the Global Maritime Forum that
OCTOBER 2, 2018 — The Global Maritime Forum has announced the members of its new Advisory Council and has appointed Professor Christine Loh as a new Member of its Board of Directors.
OCTOBER 11, 2017 — An industry-led Task Force on Decarbonizing Shipping has been launched by the Global Maritime Forum, Carbon War Room, the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC), and University College London