Green Corridors Network
The Green Corridors Network is a collaboration between the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and the Chilean government (Government of Chile 2022).
Within three to eight years, the parties will make a pre-feasibility assessment of the possible routes for where ‘green corridors’ could be located in Chile and establish frameworks for the use of zero- or low-emission fuels for after the corridors have been created.
The assessment will pinpoint a number of places where such zero- or low-emission shipping could be developed, as well as the likely timing, emission reduction impact and fuel types.
Transparency of information shared among all stakeholders involved.
Effective collaboration between the private and public sectors, which enables and encourages a green transition on a global scale.
A push for the development of zero-carbon marine fuels and technologies.
The foundation for a new sustainable business model both onshore and offshore, accelerating research and contributing to a global carbon-neutral economy.
Challenges include maintaining an ongoing dialogue among all the stakeholders as well as encouraging the adoption of further initiatives towards a global carbon-neutral economy.
Significant time lags may result from a lack of good relations and clear communication.
Recipe for Successful Implementation
Consistent conversations and transparency among collaborators made it possible to establish effective conditions for project implementation.
Through a collective agenda to bring about a carbon-neutral future for the global economy, this project was able to get approved and prioritised.