Today, seafarers' day is celebrated worldwide.

Trends point to an increased use of large ports.

The shipping sector ‘can’t wait’ for new, low-carbon ships to enter its fleet if it is to cut CO2 emissions in line with Paris Agreement targets, a

Shipping emits 138 million tons of carbon dioxide a year in Europe.

As recently as May, Lighthouse presented a pre-study on how shipping would be affected by an inclusion in EU emissions trading system.

It is not ships from blacklisted flag states but those from whitelisted that put the most pressure on the marine environment in the Baltic Sea.

According to a survey of how Covid-19 has affected shipping almost half of the European Community Shipowners’ association ECSA do not believe that

The trend of digitization, automation and electrification is creating great pressure on small and medium-sized ports.

Noise in harbours is similar to that which can be measured near a shipping lane, but there are indications that it also contains relatively rare bu

The financial costs does not seem to be the problem when electric ferries are to be brought into public transport.

An additional cost of between EUR 0.2 billion and EUR 12.5 billion per year.

Lighthouse has received an additional SEK 1.5 million a year for three years to run the Swedish Transport Administration's industry program Sustain

The great exposure that shipping got in the Swedish daily press during the month of March due to the consequences of the corona crisis seems to hav

The Swedish climate targets will not be achieved with today's incentives, not even if shipping is integrated into the EU's emissions trading system

Layoffs, closed lines, demands on economic help to keep traffic alive.