Watch our webinar: GHG emissions calculation, management and reduction for charterers
Emissions calculation can be complex, regulation is increasing and proving your return on investment internally can be difficult. Charterers face many challenges as they play their part in a low carbon economy. At RightShip we believe that if you can measure your emissions output, you can manage and reduce it. This is why sharing lessons learned about the best industry tools, solutions and carbon emission reduction strategies is key to a zero-emission global supply chain.
This webinar was recorded on 10th May 2021.
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As a charterer you need a more strategic approach to the business of carbon accounting. Join our expert panel of Steen Lund, CEO, RightShip, Kris Fumberger, Head of Sustainability and Environment, RightShip and Jan Dieleman, President, Cargill Ocean Transportation and Chair of the Sea Cargo Charter drafting group.
Impact of emission regulations for charterers
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has set a strategy to reduce GHG shipping emissions by 50 per cent by 2050. However, we are experiencing the market move towards a low-carbon environment much faster.
Overcoming internal buy in and reporting challenges
The benefits of Carbon Accounting are environmental, and business driven. Having a clear emissions reduction road map, delivered through Carbon Accounting, provides a competitive edge.
What is the Sea Cargo Charter?
The Sea Cargo Charter provides a global framework for reporting on, and reducing, the climate-related impact of ship chartering and supply chain activities. The Charter is supported by several influential signatories, and helps to drive accountability and action in emissions reduction.
Making Carbon Accounting easy
Best practise learning from RightShip, who is well-placed to remove any difficulty, having worked in the Carbon Accounting space for more than five years with customers including BHP, Anglo American and Incitec Pivot, who’ve already selected RightShip to account for their shipping emissions.