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DSA launches new theme page

DSA launches new theme page

02-05-2016 12:00:00

With a new website - www.navigatingresponsibly.dk - The Danish Shipowners' Association focus on how the shipping industry works to limit the load on the environment and climate in a number of areas.

"Like other forms of transportatio, ships also pollute. We are open about this. Although international shipping is actually the most climate-friendly form of transport, we want to take responsibility and be part of the solution to reduce our environmental impact. Therefore, Danish shipping is also leading the way when it comes to being innovative on the environment and climate," says vice president of the Danish Shipowners' Association Maria Bruun Skipper.

Navigatingresponsibly.dk focuses on four challenges for shipping - CO2 emissions, air pollution, ballast water and scrapping. All areas where shipping can and must take responsibility and reduce the impact on our environment.

A number of innovative initiatives at Danish shipping companies have already set the course for a more responsible and sustainable way of shipping. You can read more about these on the new theme site.

"We want facts and examples to show that there actually are many specific and different initiatives among small and large Danish shipping companies. We are taking responsibility - and it is a long shot which we will stand by," says Maria Bruun Skipper.

The new theme page is supported by the Danish Maritime Fund.

See theme page HERE

Source: Danish Shipowners' Association / Maritime Denmark

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