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Webinar: extension of the ETS to maritime

EMSA, along with the Directorate-General for Climate Action of the European Commission, has developed a series of webinars on the extension of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) to the maritime transport sector on 1 January 2024. Aimed at shipping companies, industry professionals, and maritime stakeholders, the webinar series is available to view here.

Access the webinars


Reducing greenhouse gas emissions

The European Green Deal is the roadmap for the European Union to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. To support it, a package of new and revised legislation, known as Fit for 55, sets out how the EU intends to reduce its net greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by at least 55% by 2030. Included in this legislative package is the maritime transport sector.
Strengthening the EU capacity to protect the marine environment, manage climate change and respond to new environmental challenges at sea.
Strengthening EMSA’s role as the core information management hub for maritime surveillance.
Contributing to higher maritime safety standards, anticipate new maritime safety challenges and expectations and provide knowledge-based solutions.
Facilitating the simplification of EU shipping by supporting EU-wide digital maritime solutions.
Contributing to the strengthening of maritime security in Europe and globally, where there is a European interest.