UK Shipping Industry Demands Net-Zero By 2050
In a landmark decision, the UK shipping industry has agreed that the international shipping sector must pursue a net-zero carbon emissions target by 2050.
International regulations require the global shipping industry to cut their emissions by 50% compared to 2008 levels. But the UK Chamber of Shipping has now confirmed it wants the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) to double this target and commit to net-zero emissions by 2050.
Key shipping issues: Our views
We work constantly on a range of issues on behalf of our members. Here you can read our views on some of our key priorities
Chamber speaks to MSPs on a pathway to green shipping
This week the Chamber held, alongside the British Ports Association, its annual reception in Holyrood. The theme of this year’s event was how we can deliver a green future for Scottish shipping and ports and saw the launch of a joint vision from on how the Scottish Government can aid in the delivery of green shipping and ports.
Annual Dinner 2023
Book your tickets for our 2023 Annual Dinner. The premier black-tie event in the shipping calendar will be an opportunity to network with colleagues and celebrate recent achievements.
Chamber of Shipping presses case with MPs
UK Chamber of Shipping Chief Executive Sarah Treseder and Director of Communications Tom Bartošák-Harlow attended a Maritime UK MP briefing session alongside colleagues from across the maritime sector.
Funding and support opportunities
Find out more about funding and support opportunities for the maritime sector.
The UK Chamber of Shipping and its members are committed to continuously reduce shipping’s footprint on the environment and protect it for present and future generations.
Recovery of Persons in Water (PIW) Guide to Good Practice for Small Vessels
The British Tugowners Association are pleased to release to industry its latest guidance release, Recovery of Persons in Water (PIW), a Guide to Good Practice for Small Vessels.