Managing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues at company level is key to sustainability in the shipping industry.
Throughout their life cycles, ships pose a variety of ESG risks, starting at a yard in the construction phase, continuing throughout the trading life in the world’s ports, and finally the recycling operation at the end of the vessel’s lifecycle.
Protecting the marine environment, limiting climate change, ensuring crew welfare and wellbeing, complying with health and safety standards, and applying corporate governance controls, are all examples of ESG factors supporting the long-term sustainable development of our industry.
News on Sustainability and CSR
Article, published15 December, 2021
Guidelines on ESG reporting in the shipping and offshore industry
Article, published19 August, 2020
Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) 2019 Impact report and strategy for 2025
Article, published13 January, 2020
Communication on Engagement to the Global Compact