The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has been struggling for years to agree upon market-based measures for curbing emissions. Thus, it could soon find itself coming into conflict with the European Commission over how best to tackle emissions from international shipping after the UN shipping body was unable to make “tangible progress” in this area.

With the organisation’s 170 members unable to make “tangible progress” on the issue of imposing a levy o...

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