INTERVIEW: Foreign minister Tony de Brum has maritime emissions in his sights in the latest bid to safeguard his country’s future
NEWS: Big businesses like AstraZeneca, H&M and Volvo are choosing green shippers, but UN maritime body makes slow progress on global regulations
ANALYSIS: As the world’s third biggest ship registry, Majuro government has maritime clout and could push through emissions curbs
NEWS: Foreign minister says UN leadership needed to ensure all flagged carriers adopt tougher carbon cutting regulations
ANALYSIS: International aviation and shipping are not mentioned in the Lima call for climate action, despite growing emissions
NEWS: Greenhouse gas emissions from shipping will rise up to 250% by 2050, finds study, as the UN fails to regulate the sector
NEWS: Shipping industry is ducking its share of carbon emissions cuts, study says
Longer ice-free periods in the Arctic will lead to increased activity in the region within the next ten years and intensify ice degradation
Melting sea ice caused by global warming set to offer shipping companies opportunity to exploit new Arctic route
COP18: We do the math to work out how measures already under development can fill the fund and ensure the real work can start in Doha
Good progress is being made towards a deal on shipping emissions, despite the conflicting ambitions of the International Maritime Organisation and UN climate change agency
Talks through the IMO make solid progress towards compromise following 15 years of discussions to tackle CO2 emissions from shipping.
Emissions measurement system to begin in 2013 as precursor to maritime inclusion in carbon market.
UN maritime body makes little progress and defers talks to October as Europe stresses time for deal is running out.
Navy and shipping firm Maersk collaborate on largest ever biofuel shipping trials
Global trade needs a global framework through the UN, says International Chamber of Shipping.
Shipping has been targeted as a source of finance for the Green Climate Fund, but could a deal at Durban mean the industry ends up paying a disproportionate amount?