Low Carbon Shipping & Shipping in Changing Climates

A Research Led Consortium on Sustainable Shipping

 
 

Featured publications

Smith et al. (2016) CO2 emissions from international shipping: Possible reduction targets and their associated pathways

Scott et al. (2016) The promise and limits of private standards to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions from shipping

Prakash et al. (2016) Revealed preferences for energy efficiency in shipping markets

Rehmatulla & Calleya (2016) The implementation of technical energy efficiency measures in shipping submitted by IMarEST and RINA (MEPC 69/INF.8)

Schaumeier et al. (2015) Investigating shipping behaviour in emission control areas: A visual approach to data analysis

Rehmatulla & Smith (2015) CO2 emission targets for shipping

Rehmatulla (2015) Assessing the implementation of technical energy efficiency measures in shipping

Parker et al. (2015) Understanding the Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator: An empirical analysis of ships from the Royal Belgian Shipowners Association

Stulgis et al. (2014) Hidden treasure: Financial models for retrofits

Rojon & Smith (2014) On the attitudes and opportunities of fuel consumption monitoring and measurement within the shipping industry

Smith et al. (2014) Third IMO GHG Study 2014 - Final Report

Smith et al. (2014) Low Carbon Shipping - A Systems Approach Executive Summary

Smith et al. (2014) Low Carbon Shipping - A Systems Approach - Full report

Bows-Larkin et al. (2014) High seas, High Stakes

High Seas (2013) A new ship on the horizon?

Smith et al. (2013) Assessment of shipping’s efficiency using satellite AIS data 

Rehmatulla (2012) Barriers to uptake of operational measures