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The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has set ambitious goals for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. 

The aim is to reduce the total annual greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels. 

The whole industry is keen to find out more about the potential consequences this plan may have, so we invited Mr. Hiroyuki Yamada, Director, Marine Environment Division at the IMO, to shed some light on the topic in conversation with Alex Gray, Lockton Head of Marine P&I.

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