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以星:计划到2025年碳排放量减半

作者:   发布时间:2019-06-01    浏览量:3521   字体大小:  A+   A- 

以星:计划到2025年碳排放量减半
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来源:World Maritime News 2019-05-31
翻译:国际海事信息网 黄子倩 张运鸿

        以色列班轮公司以星综合航运有限公司(Zim Integrated Shipping Services,即ZIM,下称以星)发布了其首份年度可持续发展报告,报告重点关注了如何缩减公司碳排放量。

        报告详细列举了以星目前正在施行的可持续发展措施和已取得的成果。

        报告中出现的减排举措涉及企业管理和商业伦理层面,包括反垄断、反商业贿赂和企业社会责任(CSR)。

        此外,以星还详细介绍了海上和岸上减排的举措,通过这些措施可以最大限度地减少碳排放。

        当提及减排目标时,以星表示公司力求其船队每TEU清洁型二氧化碳及硫氧化物平均排放量(average environmental CO2 and SOx emissions per TEU container unit)(gCO2/TEU-km)年增2%,在2019到2025年之间再减排18%,到2025年平均碳排放量降低50%。

        以星表示,其船队符合所有强制性规定并遵守预防海洋污染的所有相关条约,包括国际海事组织决议,国际防止船舶造成污染公约(MARPOL),国际海上人命安全公约(SOLAS),国际海运危险货物规则(IMDG Code),船旗国政府(flag administration),压载水管理公约(ballast water management),船舶油污应急计划(SOPEP)关于石油泄漏的条款,以及其他涉及污水、废物和空气污染的规定,以及所有国家、地区和地方法规。

        以星总裁兼CEO伊莱•格里克曼(Eli Glickman)表示:“以星会在经营中恪守承诺,始终保持可持续发展和商业伦理的最高标准,以星将这一点视作公司的首要任务。”

        格里克曼总结道:“近些年来我们已推行了新的营运模式、工作流程以及培训指导内容,以强化可持续发展,恪守商业伦理。”

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ZIM Eyes 50 Pct Cut in Average CO2 Emissions by 2025

Israel-based liner company Zim Integrated Shipping Services (ZIM) has released its first annual sustainability report, devoting special attention to steps aimed at minimizing the company’s carbon footprint.

ZIM provided a detailed account of the company’s ongoing sustainability activities and achievements.

The report covers ongoing efforts relating to corporate governance and business ethics, including anti-trust and anti-bribery, as well as corporate social responsibility.

Additionally, the company detailed its steps aimed at minimizing the carbon footprint through reduced emissions, both at sea and ashore.

Speaking about its targets for reduction of emissions, ZIM said that it aims to improve the fleet’s average environmental CO2 and SOx emissions per TEU container unit (gCO2/TEU-km) every year by 2%, reduce emissions by at least an additional 18% between 2019 and 2025, and achieve a 50% reduction in its fleet’s Average CO2 Emission Factor by 2025.

ZIM said that its fleet complies with all mandatory standards and abides by all relevant treaties for the prevention of marine pollution, including IMO resolutions, the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL), the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code, flag administration, ballast water management, the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) regarding oil spills, and other standards regarding sewage, garbage and air pollution, as well as all national, regional and local regulations.

“ZIM has made it a top priority to strengthen its enduring commitment to the highest standards of sustainability and business ethics across all aspects of operation,” Eli Glickman, ZIM President & CEO, said.

“Over recent years we have implemented new modes of operation, work procedures, training and guidelines to enhance sustainability and to uphold our Code of Ethics,” Glickman concluded.

来源:simic