jackaubrey77 ® 15-May-2020 16:41

Ship Emissions Toolkit Guide No.3: Development of a national ship emissions reduction strategy


Year: 2018
Language: english
Author: University Maritime Advisory Services
Genre: Guide
Publisher: GloMEEP/IMO
Edition: 2018
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 50
Description: This guide provides information on the crucial planning, development and implementation phases involved in the creation of such a strategy. The guide also includes a template with recommended elements a national ship emissions reduction strategy could include, as well as information suggested for inclusion in each part of the strategy.
Additional info: The Ship Emissions Toolkit includes three practical guides. While these three individual guides are separate documents and can be used independently, they are complementary and in large parts based on each other.

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Arcan 15-May-2020 17:54
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