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How green stimulus measures could fuel the decarbonization of shipping

Policymakers should invest in shipping’s green transition when deciding on policies and stimulus measures to kickstart the global economy. Image: Ronan Furuta/Unsplash

Johannah Christensen

Managing Director, Global Maritime Forum

Anthony Robert Hobley

Executive Fellow, Strategic Engagement, Centre for Nature and Climate, World Economic Forum

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