#SDGs #sustainableshipping #LifeBelowWater
MAPPING CANADIAN MARITIME
INDUSTRY INITIATIVES TO UN
#sustainableshipping #airpollution #supplychain
THINK GLOBALLY, SHIP LOCALLY:
MOVES GOODS EFFICIENTLY
AND REDUCES EMISSIONS
#blueeconomy #ocean #conservation
INTEGRATING TWO-EYED SEEING
IN THE BLUE ECONOMY:
REFLECTIONS FROM THE
BLUE GENERATION DURING
WORLD OCEAN’S WEEK
#sustainableshipping #gettingtozero #ghg #LNG
GETTING TO ZERO BY 2050 –
TECHNICAL REGULATORY DETAILS
MATTER IN ACCELERATING
DECARBONIZATION OF MARINE FUELS
We are an independent research centre that supports safe and sustainable marine shipping in Canada.
To be the leading source of credible, fact-based information to bring clarity to decision-making for safe and sustainable marine shipping in Canada.
A vibrant, safe and sustainable marine shipping industry that leads world standards, and that Canadians feel part of and trust.
Is a fossil fuel free future for marine shipping a realistic goal or just a pipe dream?
Using coastal and inland waterways to move cargo over short distances can cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and could also ease congestion on roads and railways.
The Blue Economy offers many career paths. From marine biologists studying ecosystems to data scientists analyzing large datasets and engineers creating innovative solutions for renewable energy, the opportunities are endless. It is crucial to balance this growth with the conservation efforts of Indigenous people whose communities are intertwined with the ocean to address and mitigate climate change.
Action at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to regulate emissions from fuel production, and to consider all types of greenhouse gases (GHGs) — not just CO2 — is moving slowly and not receiving much attention. But these regulatory details are probably more important than the headline-grabbing move to target net-zero GHG emissions by 2050. Here’s why.
Indigenous research is being led by a new generation of Indigenous students who are redefining the field and tackling important topics that are addressing environmental social, and cultural challenges in First Nations across Canada.
Clear Seas provides impartial information on marine shipping in Canada to policy makers and the public. Our mandate is to initiate and interpret research, analyze policies, identify best practices, share information and facilitate dialogue.