Energy Transition

Why skills development is vital for shipping’s green transition

bird's eye view of a ship full of containers in the sea in story about decarbonizing the shipping industry

Shipping currently accounts for 3% of global greenhouse emissions. Image: Unsplash/Venti Views

Sturla Henriksen
Special Advisor, Ocean, The United Nations Global Compact
Guy Platten
Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping
Stephen Cotton
General Secretary, International Transport Workers’ Federation
Tim Slingsby
Director of Skills and Education, Lloyd's Register Foundation, Chair, Maritime Charities Group
Margi Van Gogh
Head, Supply Chain and Transportation Industry, World Economic Forum
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