Achieving net zero in international shipping through Korea-US-Japan Green Shipping Corridor

South Korea tries to cope with the upcoming regulation for GHG emissions from ships, it is crucial to form green shipping corridor that could accelerate the green transition of ports and deployment of green fuels. In particular, the establishment of green shipping corridors between the three countries of South Korea, the United States, and Japan, which have a significant amount of mutual maritime traffic, is an opportunity for South Korea to not only actively reduce GHG emissions from international shipping, but also to consolidate the position as the key player in the future shipping industry.

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