Hybrid Ships Will Soon Be on the Market

Posted In Climate Change, News, Pollution
May
29

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Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care

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Hybrid cars have been a success. The shipping industry is now moving in the same green direction…

Read Full Article, Science Daily

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