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How companies can decarbonize shipping supply chains and protect human rights

Non-state actors are calling for policy frameworks to make decarbonizing shipping industry commercially viable and investable. Image: Unsplash.

Katharine Palmer

Shipping Lead, UNFCCC High Level Climate Champions

Sturla Henriksen

Special Advisor, Ocean, The United Nations Global Compact

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