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Climate Change and the Maritime Industry: Moving Forward

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Climate change is a global threat for many decades. Sea level rises. Melting ice-caps. We can expect more intense heatwaves and hurricane,alongside other extreme weather events.

These changes are likely to cause significant impact to a number of industries that contribute to the global economy. The agricultural industry in multiple countries will be particularly hard-hit, posing a threat to major global food supply chain.

With the ever changing climate conditions, what does this mean for the maritime industry? With shipping forming 80% of the volume of world trade, this vital transportation is unlikely to emerge unscathed from the effects of
climate change.

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