Published on: 27 April 2023
The reports cover EU regulations and current and upcoming environmental legislation, consultations and trends.
ICOMIA commissioned public affairs specialists LOGOS has released its latest quarterly reports on EU regulations affecting the marine industry at a global level. The reports include an analysis of recent policy developments, political debates, decisions and positions of relevant stakeholders as well as strategic analysis.
The two new quarterly reports from LOGOS (Q1 reports from 2023) are now available for British Marine members to download.
The reports are as follows:
ICOMIA LOGOS report March 2023: This report contains the latest quarterly report on EU regulations affecting the marine industry at a global level. The report includes an analysis of recent policy developments, political debates, decisions and positions of relevant stakeholders as well as strategic analysis.
Included in the report are key updates/highlights since the last reports on the following:
- Ship Recycling Regulation (SSR)
- Industrial Emissions Directive (IED)
- EU Emission Trading System (ETS)
- Water Framework Directive including the following; Groundwater Directive and Bathing Water Directive
- Deforestation Products Regulation
- Waste framework directive
- Marine Strategy Framework Directive
- Critical Raw Materials Act Proposal
- Hydrogen Bank
- Trade Issues including agreements with Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, MERCOSUR and the USA, and Brexit.
IMEC/ICOMIA LOGOS: This report looks specifically at the environmental regulations, policy developments and political debates.
Included in the report are key updates/highlights since the March reports on the following:
- Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) proposal
- Battery Regulation Proposal
- Ecodesign Regulation Proposal
- REACH Regulation
- CLP Regulation proposal
- Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) Proposal
- FuelEU Maritime Regulation Proposal
- Machinery Regulation Proposal
- Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Regulation
- European Parliament Intergroups
These documents can be downloaded by British Marine members from the publications section of the British Marine website found here