International Maritime Organization

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The IMO is a specialised agency of the United Nations, responsible for measures to improve the safety of international shipping and to limit marine pollution from ships.

The IMO was established to adopt legislation, with implementation being the responsibility of individual Governments. When a Government accepts an IMO convention, it agrees to make it part of its own law and to enforce it.

Legislation issued by the IMO includes air pollution control and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions associated to international shipping.

Overview

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IMO and legislation areas

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Emissions standards

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NOX emissions from new ships

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Emission Control Areas

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Fuel oil sulphur limits

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Test Procedures

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Requirements and initiatives on greenhouse gas emissions reduction

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Energy efficiency measures

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Data collection system (DCS)

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Additional energy efficiency requirements

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Strategy on reduction of GHG emissions

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GHG emissions reduction measures - 2018-2023

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References

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Last update: 21/05/2024