IMO CARES project enters next phase
IMO CARES project funding boost from Saudi Arabia enables move to full implementation phaseFind out more
IMO, Norway and Singapore sign MOU on maritime decarbonization
MOU signed to support maritime decarbonisation activities under the GreenVoyage2050 Project and NextGEN Connect initiative.Find out more
凯发k8娱乐官网入口 IMO welcomes new oceans treaty
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim says landmark treaty will reinforce efforts to protect biodiversity.Find out more
Future Fuels and Technology Project to inform GHG Strategy update
Research into the availability and preparedness of future low- and zero- carbon marine fuels and technology is being conducted as part of a new project.Find out more
IMO – the
International Maritime Organization
– is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine and atmospheric pollution by ships. IMO's work supports the UN sustainable development goals.
A study on the readiness and availability of low- and zero-carbon ship technology and marine fuels suggests that achieving a more ambitious decarbonization pathway than business as usual is feasible, with a strengthened level of ambition and implementation of further GHG reduction measures. The research was commissioned by IMO under its Future Fuels and Technology for Low- and Zero-Carbon Shipping Project.
Spanish speakers interested in maritime issues can now access the first free to access course in Spanish available on theIMO e-learning platform. The "Introduction to Oil Pollution Preparedness, Response and Co-operation" course is aimed at stakeholders from the maritime industry and individuals new to the oil spill response community.
Significant progress was made on the development of Solomon Islands’ National Action Plan when the IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 project team visited the Pacific country last week.
Mr. Kitack Lim
Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization
Mr. Kitack Lim (Republic of Korea) is the eighth elected Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization.