IMO welcomes Neptune Declaration on seafarers
IMO – The International Maritime Organization

IMO welcomes Neptune Declaration on seafarers

French: L'OMI salue la Déclaration de Neptune sur les gens de mer: https://www.imo.org/fr/MediaCentre/Pages/WhatsNew-1580.aspx

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IMO Secretary-General denounces “no crew change” clauses
IMO – The International Maritime Organization

IMO Secretary-General denounces “no crew change” clauses

IMO Secretary-General denounces “no crew change” clauses: https://bit.ly/3p9LbuM Français: https://bit.ly/3avVCos Español: https://bit.ly/38sn7g5 #Crewchange #SeafarersAreKeyWorkers

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Shipbreaking in full swing in  COVID-19

Shipbreaking in full swing in COVID-19

There were a total of 170 ships broken in the third quarter of 2020. Of these, 65% or 110 ships were sold to the beaches of South Asia, according to the latest quarterly report released by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform.

Total joins the Sea Cargo Charter

Total joins the Sea Cargo Charter

A group of the world’s largest energy, agriculture, mining, and commodity trading companies will for the first time assess and disclose the climate alignment of their shipping activities. United Nations agencies estimate the international shipping industry to carry around 80% of world trade flows and to be responsible for 2 - 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions annually.

What’s in store for Maritime Labour Convention Version 2.0?

What’s in store for Maritime Labour Convention Version 2.0?

Back when he was the managing director of the Hong Kong Shipowners Association, Arthur Bowring played an important role in the creation of the Maritime Labour Convention – the so-called seadfarers’ bill of rights. With the International Labour Organisation set to start sifting through proposed amendments to the convention, Arthur looks at what’s realistic in terms of upcoming changes.