Second IMO GHG Study 2009

Shipping currently accounts for 3.2% of anthropogenic CO2 emissions and its emissions are forecasted to increase 2-3 fold until 2050. While a significant potential exists to increase the efficiency of ships and thus reduce emissions, much of this potential is left untapped because of a lack of adequate incentives. The introduction of a global emissions trading scheme for shipping or a global emissions levy would provide the right incentive to make shipping contribute to the solution of the climate problem.

This report provides a full overview of climate issues for maritime transport. It shows:
- Past, current and future CO2 emissions of shipping.
- Current and future climate impact of shipping.
- A comprehensive list of technical and operational measures to reduce emissions.
- The costs and abatement potential of these options.
- An assessment of policies to reduce the climate impact of shipping.

The report has been written by a consortium led by MARINTEK for the IMO. CE Delft was responsible for assessing costs and potential of technical and operational options to reduce emissions and for the policy evaluation.

Auteurs

Sander de Bruyn
Jasper Faber
Dagmar Nelissen

London, april 2009

rapport

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