Clean Shipping International (CSI), the official journal of the Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) 2020, is published four times a year in both print and digital formats.
All sectors of the global shipping industry face a number of challenges in meeting existing and anticipated environmental regulations, all of which will require significant changes to the way in which the global fleet operates. With the shipping industry under increasing scrutiny from Administrations, environmental campaigners, and the general public to reduce the impact operations have on the marine environment, Clean Shipping International provides invaluable insight into the regulatory, technical, operational, and commercial issues driving the ‘green’ marine agenda.
With informed articles and opinion pieces from industry leaders, shipowners and environmental experts, each edition of CSI provides in-depth analysis of the environmental problems and solutions relating to ship-to-air and ship-to-sea emissions, enabling the ship operating community to make more informed decisions. Within each issue, we tackle a range of subjects affecting sustainable shipping.
CSI considers the commercial, operational and technical implications in meeting environmental regulations; considers emergent environmental issues relating to ship operation, evaluates the different solutions available, and addresses how climate change will have a wider impact on global trade.
Edited by veteran shipping industry journalist Nick Savvides, each edition of CSI is circulated to CSA 2020 members in addition to more than 10,000 industry shipping professionals globally, including shipowners, shipmanagers, maritime regulators, NGO’s, classification societies, and equipment manufacturers of solutions designed to reduce shippings’ impact on the marine environment.
CSI is the industry's only perodical solely focussed on sustainable shipping.
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