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05 July 2022

Safeguarding the oceans for the future

IMO highlights its commitment to protecting the ocean and addressing climate change ocean issues at Lisbon UN Ocean Conference

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24 June 2022

Seafarer journeys in spotlight for Day of the Seafarer 2022 

Seafarers are sharing their maritime voyages across social media to mark the Day of the Seafarer 2022. 

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13 June 2022

Cutting ships’ GHG emissions - working towards revised strategy

IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee progresses work on GHG reduction; approves Mediterranean Sea emission control area.

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24 May 2022

ISWG-GHG 12: Reducing GHG Emissions from Ships

GHG Working Group finalizes carbon intensity measures guidance and agrees to further develop a "basket of candidate mid-term measures".

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05 July 2022

Continuing IMO's "Voyage Together" 

IMO has received an additional US$2.0 million donation to its 'Delivering Strategy and Reform – Voyage Together' multi-donor trust fund (VTTF). The VTTF promotes the effective implementation of IMO's international conventions, IMO's global stature, capacity building of developing countries, shared growth of all Member States; and strategy development and reform initiatives to enhance the performance of the Secretariat.   

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05 July 2022

Newest generation of maritime law specialists graduate

The IMO International Maritime Law Institute (IMLI) has celebrated the graduation 56 international law specialists from 37 countries who have completed various courses at the Institution. The ceremony, held on 1 July, was the first hybrid (in person and virtual) IMLI graduation.

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04 July 2022

Combating maritime security threats in western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden

Signatory States to the revised Code of Conduct concerning the repression of piracy, armed robbery against ships and illicit maritime activity in the western Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden Area, known as the Jeddah Amendment to the Djibouti Code of Conduct 2017, have agreed a raft of measures to combat new and emerging threats to maritime security. The high-level meeting, held in Dubai (28-30 June), acknowledged that maritime threats have evolved and expanded beyond piracy into other challenges that have a damaging effect on the economies of the Signatory States.

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