Workshop on “Development of maritime energy efficiency and emissions strategies and their implementation” held in Singapore, 27 September 2017
Global training on LPIR development and Implementation of MARPOL Annex VI held in Batumi, Georgia from 12-14 September 2016 at the sidelines of the Georgia International Maritime Forum
The Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships (GloMEEP) Project, which aims to support increased uptake and implementation of energy-efficiency measures for shipping, was formally launched on 28 September 2015 in Singapore, at the IMO-Singapore Future-Ready Shipping 2015 conference.
GloMEEP is a GEF-UNDP-IMO project aimed at supporting the uptake and implementation of energy efficiency measures for shipping, thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.
The GloMEEP Project is being executed by a dedicated Project Coordination Unit (PCU) established within the Marine Environment Division of IMO. IMO is a specialized agency responsible for safe, secure and efficient shipping and the prevention of pollution from ships.
GloMEEP supports ten Lead Pilot Countries of the project to implement these measures, through:
- Legal, policy and institutional reforms
- Awareness raising and capacity-building activities
- Establishment of public-private partnerships to support low carbon shipping
The Lead Pilot Countries (LPCs) of the GloMEEP project are:
Argentina, China, Georgia, India, Jamaica, Malaysia, Morocco, Panama, Philippines and South Africa.
IMO holds Roundtable on Just-in-Time Operation of Ships
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