Arlie Sterling is joining the Panel for the opening discussion:
Rewarding (and Protecting) “First Movers” in Decarbonization (8am – 9am ECT)
The session will start with a case study by Lars Erik Marcussen from Heidelberg Cement, and then lead on to a panel discussion:
What’s the appropriate price for carbon emissions – who should pay for it and with what mechanism?
What’s better: an overreaching IMO-led carbon regulatory regime or a series of ‘local’ regulations?
Poseidon Principles: signatory banks have measured emissions of their portfolios…now what?
The great mismatch: Fuel technology is changing fast but ships are long-lived assets – who should take the risk of ‘stranded’ assets?
Doing the math: building new ships or improving the efficiency of existing ones, which approach has the small carbon footprint?
How realistic is significant shipping decarbonization without a carbon levy?
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