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13 December 2018 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 18:34 GMT+1

October 30, 2017

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Steps ahead in center IMO in the strategy for the reduction of the gas emissions to greenhouse effect of shipping the

the satisfied ECSA of the outcome of the second reunion of the Intersessional Working Group of the IMO

Last week has carried out the second reunion of the intersessionale working team of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) on the reduction of the gas emissions to greenhouse effect produced from the ships, in the course of which it is convene that the measures to adopt in the short term could be defined from Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the IMO between 2018 and 2023, that in the mid term they could be adopted from the MEPC between 2023 and 2030 and those to along term after 2030. Moreover it is proposed that the dates of effectiveness of these measures must be established individually for each of they.

"the working team - it has evidenced the general secretary of the IMO, Kitack Lim - has completed remarkable progresses in putting together proposed for the various elements of the proposal of strategy of the IMO on the gas emissions to greenhouse effect. They are sure that the Member States will continue to work you before the next reunion of the working team and to promote a convergence so that the initial proposal of the IMO on the emissions can be adopted as expected in the next session of Marine Environment Protection Committee in April 2018".

the association of the European shipowners has expressed satisfaction for the steps ahead completed with the reunion last week: "in particular - the general secretary of the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA has explained), Martin Dorsman - we are pleased that during the intersessionale reunion the EU commission and the Member States of the EU were aligned and have completed an important effort in order to try to conciliate the different points of view and in order to offer solutions all to the members of the IMO".

Moreover the ECSA has evidenced that in the course of the reunion last week the representatives of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and of the other associations of the industry of the shipping they have proposed that the total emissions of co2 produced the field would not have to increase regarding the levels of 2008, so fixing the 2008 which year of ceiling amount of the emissions generated of the shipping.

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