Low Carbon Shipping & Shipping in Changing Climates

A Research Led Consortium on Sustainable Shipping


Peer reviewed papers

Bows-Larkin, A. (2014) All adrift: aviation, shipping, and climate change policy - Climate Policy

Bows-Larkin, A. (2015) Shipping charts a high carbon course - Carbon Management 2015

Calleya, J. (2015) Ship impact model for technical assessment and selection of Carbon dioxide Reducing Technologies (CRTs)

Smith, T. (2012) Technical energy efficiency, its interaction with optimal operating speeds and the implications for the management of shiping’s carbon emissions, Carbon Management, 3 (6), 589 - 600

Agnolucci, Smith, & Rehmatulla (2014) Energy efficiency and time charter rates: Energy efficiency savings recovered by shipowners in the Panamax market, Transportation Research Part A, 66, 173 - 184

Gilbert & Bows (2012) Exploring the scope for complimentary sub-global policy to mitigate CO2 from shipping, Energy Policy, 50, 613-622.

Gilbert (2015) Technologies for the high seas: meeting the climate challenge - Carbon Management 

Walsh & Bows (2012) Size matters: exploring the importance of vessel characteristics to inform estimates of shipping emissions, Applied Energy, 98, 128-137.

Gilbert (2013) From reductionism to systems thinking: how the shipping sector can address sulphur regulation and tackle climate change, Marine Policy, 43, 376-378.

Traut et al. (2013), Propulsive power contribution of a kite and a Flettner rotor on selected shipping routes, Applied Energy, 113, 362-372.

Anderson & Bows (2012) Executing a Scharnow turn: reconciling shipping emissions with international commitments on climate change, Carbon Management, 3, 6, 615-628.

Mander et al. (2012) Decarbonising the UK energy system and the implications for UK shipping, Carbon Management, 3, 6, 601-614.

Bows & Smith (2012) The (low-carbon) shipping forecast: opportunities on the high seas, Carbon Management, 3 (6), 525 - 528

Rehmatulla & Smith (2015) Barriers to energy efficiency in shipping: A triangulated approach to investigate the principal agent problem, Energy Policy, 84, 44-57.