How maritime decarbonization can impact climate change

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Learn how reducing carbon emissions can minimize the impact of climate change on your maritime operations

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Learn how reducing carbon emissions can minimize the impact of climate change on your maritime operations

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  • The power of weather data to optimize fuel consumption and reduce greenhouse gas
  • How the climate has impacted wind and waves, thus affecting vessel performance
  • The end-to-end process of how weather data is transformed into climate insights
  • How space technology is revolutionizing the maritime weather industry with key weather insights

Extreme wind speeds have accelerated by 10% approximately over the past two decades or at a rate of 0.5% per year. Wave heights off the southern coast of Australia have risen from five meters to six meters.

The atmosphere and oceans are interconnected through these elements of nature, i.e. wind and waves. Thus, any developments or changes in the movement of wind and waves are essential for analyzing and predicting future climates. Certain parts of the world could experience stronger storms as wind speeds increase. Tropical cyclones and hurricanes are expected to increase in both frequency and intensity which would impact the safety of your crew, cargo and vessel.

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