Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Potential from International Shipping
|Date of Publication||30 April 2009|
|Publication Type||Discussion Paper|
|Tags||Carbon Dioxide Emissions, Cargo, Containers, Emission Control, Energy Efficiency, Engines, Fuel Consumption, Fuels, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Heavy Fuel Oil, International Transport, Nitrogen Oxides Emissions, Sea Transport, Ships, Tankers|
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