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03 October 2022

IMO and Commonwealth Secretariat join forces for sustainable maritime development

Newly-signed partnership will promote sustainable maritime transport through joint activities in selected countries.

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27 September 2022

Environmental technologies in focus on World Maritime Day 2022

IMO unites global maritime industry in exploration and celebration of new technologies for greener shipping.

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22 September 2022

IMO Secretary-General welcomes FSO Safer milestone

Funding achieved for first stage of UN-coordinated plan to address threat of major oil spill from FSO Safer.

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19 September 2022

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Secretary-General of International Maritime Organization (IMO) expresses deepest condolences on death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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05 October 2022

New offices for Mediterranean Sea’s REMPEC centre

The Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) has moved. The new premises in Floriana, Malta were inaugurated by Mr. Robert Abela, Prime Minister of Malta (3 October) and IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim. 

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04 October 2022

IMO Low Carbon Global Industry Initiative celebrates milestone

The IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 has celebrated five years of its Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (Low Carbon GIA). The Low Carbon GIA is a public-private partnership that provides a collaborative platform for maritime industry leaders to support an energy efficient and low carbon maritime transport system.

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04 October 2022

Marking 50 years of protecting the oceans from dumping

IMO is marking five decades of the London Convention, adopted in 1972 to protect the oceans from dumping of wastes. The Convention was updated in 1996 by the London Protocol, a comprehensive stand-alone global agreement,  however the two treaties work in conjunction to regulate the dumping of wastes at sea. 

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