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How green corridors can enable the transition to zero-emission shipping 

The global transition to zero-emission shipping will be complex. Image: Pexels.

Jesse Fahnestock

Head, Research and Analysis, Global Maritime Forum

Aparajit Pandey

Associate, Energy Transitions Commission

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