We thank Esben Poulsson for his excellent Emceeing at SNIC 2022 – a call to action on maritime decarbonisation!
Now, the elder statesman of shipping has released his second book, “Maritime Matters’, addressing the development in the maritime sector over the last four years. 100% of the proceeds from the book sale will go to The Mission to Seafarers.
BW chair Andreas Sohmen-Pao emphasizes in the foreword how Esben Poulsson has helped the industry to have a positive impact in the world and feel a sense of collective purpose in doing so.
As chair of the International Chamber of Shipping, Mr. Poulsson has been center stage in shaping the regulatory agenda. In his role, he became instrumental in shifting the industry’s thinking on carbon pricing. And through ICS and the Mission to Seafarers, he has made a difference for those on our ships by stimulating a response to the Covid-19 pandemic and emerging mental health issues.
The book addresses the disruptive effects on shipping of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine. It also addresses ship emissions, the profile of the shipping industry, and other hot current topics.
Don’t miss out on this must-read book for everyone involved or interested in the maritime industry.
It can be ordered from the Mission to Seafarers at $ 75.00 per copy in Singapore, including postage, or S 80.00 per copy, including postage, in the rest of Asia using the link:
100% of the proceeds from the book sale will go to The Mission to Seafarers. The organization was also the beneficiary organization for Singapore Norway Innovation Conference 2022.
The book is supported by The U.K. P&I Club, London, Cambiaso Risso Group, Genoa, and Moore Stephens LLP, Singapore.