Carbon footprint labeling has recently been gaining ground as a way to inform consumers of a products’ carbon footprint.
This is the final blog in the Sail Cargo and SDGs series! This blog will look at how sail cargo meets Goal 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and Goal 17 Partnership for the Goals.
EcoClipper ships are designed to be fossil-fuel free. This creates some exciting challenges for providing power onboard the ship and the EcoClipper Tech team invited a group of experts to discuss sustainable options.
In this series, the sail cargo industry is looked at through the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. This week: Goal 11 – Sustainable Cities and Goal 15 – Communities & Life on Land.
Sail cargo encourages the growth of small scale, local producers and suppliers, as opposed to large scale, multinational corporate systems.
Some thoughts on the future of sail powered freight, inspired by the past. By Derek Ellard – Go Sail Cargo
Goals 7 and 9 look at affordable and clean energy, and innovation and infrastructure respectively. While using sailing vessels to ship cargo may seem “old-fashioned”, this technology actually has huge potential to tap into renewable energies.
Advertising for the operation of clipper ships, fastest vessels operating in maritime trade, took the form of unique clipper ship cards.
The Sustainable Development Goals 3,6 and 14 will be looked at, and the differences between conventional shipping and sail cargo in these areas.
This year sees the 26th Climate Change Conference. In preparation for it, this blog looks into COP25 and what we can learn from it.
Quality education and responsible consumption are integral to the Sustainable Development Goals, as they are to sail cargo.
Sea shanties and sea songs have recently attracted a lot of attention. But what is the history of these nautical tunes?