Our Latest Marine Shipping Research
We facilitate research to identify best practices for safe and sustainable marine shipping in Canada.
Angus Reid Institute
December 12, 2022
2022 Public Opinion Poll: Canadians’ Attitudes Towards Marine ShippingClear Seas partnered with the Angus Reid Institute again to update the findings of its biennial nation-wide public opinion poll on marine shipping. This is the fourth study in a series measuring Canadians’ attitudes towards marine shipping, its importance, and inherent risks.
Dalhousie University, Memorial University
November 21, 2022
Demystifying Maritime GovernanceAn overview of the frameworks and emerging issues for the governance of marine shipping in Canada.
September 26, 2022
Investigating Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a Marine Fuel for Canada’s ArcticA study of the feasibility, risks, and benefits of the use of natural gas as a marine fuel in the Canadian Arctic.
September 14, 2022
Marine Fuels for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions from ShippingClear Seas has investigated the environmental impact of different marine fuels to support the marine shipping industry’s transition towards decarbonization.
August 29, 2022
Assessing Pollutants in Scrubber Discharge Water from ShipsA study to inform the regulation of ships’ exhaust gas cleaning systems (scrubbers).
June 7, 2022
Climate Change Vulnerability of the Canadian Maritime EnvironmentAn analysis of the effects of climate change and the strategies that the Canadian maritime sector needs to adapt to meet this rising threat.
May 6, 2022
Supporting Inuit Rights and Marine UseA guide to shipping regulations in Nunavut.
April 28, 2022
Assessing Shipping Risk in CanadaBuilding on its previous work on shipping risks, Clear Seas examined the rates of vessels involved in maritime incidents and accidents in Canada, based on the type of ship and occurrence and the volume of marine traffic in each region.
December 23, 2021