Taking the lead
Maritime decision-makers are taking the lead to make global seaborne trade clean, safe, inclusive and effecient.Continue reading
Maritime decision-makers from around the world will convene for the Global Maritime Forum’s Annual Summit in London on 13-14 October 2020.
Public and private leaders from around the world have convened for the Global Maritime Forum’s Annual Summit to develop concrete solutions to the most important challenges facing the maritime industry. Cross-industry and multi-stakeholder collaboration, as well as bold thought-leadership will be key drivers for positive change that will benefit not only individual organizations and the industry, but society as a whole.
‘Global economic crisis’ ranked to have potentially the greatest impact on the maritime industry over a ten-year time horizon.
‘New environmental regulation’, ‘geopolitical tension’ and ‘cyber-attacks and data theft’ perceived as most likely. Industry deemed least prepared for global issues considered to have the biggest impact – although more confident in some financial areas.
Young talents from Nigeria, China and Denmark writing about digital seafarers, an emissions trading scheme and circular economy, named winners of the Future Maritime Leaders essay competition. 140 global essay contributions identify the issues on top of the agenda for the next wave of maritime leaders.
The Getting to Zero Coalition will lead the push for shipping’s decarbonization with the mutual goal of having commercially viable zero emission vessels operating along deep sea trade routes by 2030.
Banks to disclose climate alignment of shipping portfolios with International Maritime Organization’s 50% emissions reduction by 2050 strategy
The Global Maritime Forum announces its first Future Maritime Leaders essay competition. The competition is looking for youth perspectives on how current trends will shape the future of the maritime industry and the wider society.
The report “Breaking New Ground” presents the outcomes of the Global Maritime Forum’s recent Annual Summit in Hong Kong.
The world’s most influential maritime leaders will convene in Singapore for the Global Maritime Forum’s Annual Summit on 30-31 October 2019.
Today the Global Maritime Forum has brought together a group of 34 CEOs and industry leaders from across the maritime value chain and from all around the world to sign a call for action and to lead the maritime industry in a transition towards a new decarbonized future.