Supply Chains

Why Mexico is ideally placed to become a zero-carbon shipping fuels hub

Manzanillo, Mexico's busiest port. Image: Reuters/Alan Ortega

Emma Skov Christiansen

Lead, Shipping Emissions and Ocean Agenda, World Economic Forum Geneva

Rosa Esi Ennison

Project Specialist, Shaping the Future of Mobility, World Economic Forum

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