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Action today – we need to reduce GHG emissions significantly before 2030?

MARE FORUM and BUREAU VERITAS will host the first online round table of the series "Designing the Future of Shipping"

This theme will be discussed again in a holistic approach, in a roundtable consisting of leading experts of the maritime industry chair-holders. They will exchange their thoughts, ideas, and visions and try to give the answer to the following questions.

Agenda
  • What do we need to do now to immediately start reducing emissions?
  • How do we incentivize early movers but also create effective global regulations that will take more time?
  • Is regional regulation a bad thing in the meantime?
  • Charterers will pay for GHG emissions but need a global market
  • A new wave of retrofits is coming?
  • The need for new economic relationships and multi-lateral contracts to capture common benefits
  • We need talented people for the future of shipping – where will they come from?
  • Decisions made today and in the immediate years ahead will drive ship design and the future shape of shipping
When: Thu, Dec 9, 2021 · 11:00 AM · Amsterdam
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Partner at Stephenson Harwood LLP
Haris Zografakis is partner at the London office of Stephenson Harwood LLP, one of the maritime sector’s leading international law firms, and is heading up the firm’s commodities team.

In a career spanning nearly 30 years in the City of London, he has represented clients from every continent and has dealt with most aspects of international maritime trade.

He has been inducted to the Hall of Fame of the legal directory Legal 500, in recognition of his work in his area of practice.

He has published and lectured extensively around the world (including for the IMO, BIMCO and universities), served on the editorial board of Shipping and Transport Law Journal, was member of the Council of the London Shipping Law Centre, and is member of the University of Southampton Institute of Maritime Law.

He leads the firm’s partnership with the Global Maritime Forum, served on the drafting committee of, and is now legal advisor to, the Sea Cargo Charter.

He is involved in various decarbonisation projects and is widely acknowledged as a thought-leader in this field and was most recently invited to speak on Transport Day at the International Maritime Hub of COP26 in Glasgow.
Webinar hosting presenter Joep
Managing Director, Global Head Transportation & Logistics, ABN AMRO Bank
Webinar hosting presenter Panos Zachariadis
Technical Director, Atlantic Bulk Carriers Management Ltd.
Panos Zachariadis is a Mechanical Engineer (BSc) and Naval Architect (MSE) from the University of Michigan with a 38-year experience in shipping. He has served for years as Marine Superintendent in New York, after periods of shipbuilding supervision in Japan and sea service in bulk carriers and oil tankers. He is Technical Director of Atlantic Bulk Carriers since 1997 and a member of the Greek Delegation to IMO since 2004, having contributed to the development of several well-known regulations (e.g. GBS, PSPC, FSA) and the prevention of others (e.g. double hull bulk carriers). In cooperation with major Korean shipyards he has applied numerous energy saving ideas, some of which have become industry standards. He is a member of Technical Committees of several classification societies, UGS and Hellenic Chamber of Shipping, BIMCO Marine Committee, BoD HELMEPA and MARTECMA. He has been honored with the 2011 Efkranti award for his contribution to Greek shipping, the Hellenic Shortsea Shipowners Association 2017 Maritime Personality award, the 2017 Lloyd's List "Achievement in Safety or Environmental Protection" award and the 2019 Green4Sea Personality Award.
Webinar hosting presenter Nicholas Brown
Communications Director, Bureau Veritas, Marine and Offshore [MODERATOR]
Nick started his career with a major shipmanagement, shipowning and shipping services group in Hong Kong. Today he works in Paris for the Marine & Offshore Division of the Bureau Veritas Group. Founded in 1828 as a marine classification society, Bureau Veritas is a leading global provider of testing, inspection and certification services - with more than 78,000 employees in 1,500 offices and laboratories world-wide.
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