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Nowadays, maritime transport faces more challenges than at its beginning. Like any other industry, the maritime
sector must adapt to the needs of the modern world and carry out its activities with respect for the environment. Continuous
technological development and increased environmental awareness are the determining factors of changes
in modern shipping. Therefore, one of the main challenges of maritime transport is to implement innovative solutions
to protect the marine environment. However, it is quite challenging to achieve both ecological and economic benefits
at the same time. That is why it is very important to apply the win-win principle, which refers to the sustainable development
of maritime transport. The paper provides an overview of applicable and promising technological solutions,
logistical activities, and regulatory provisions applied in reduction of shipping gas emissions, as well as importance of
points to be considered in development of sustainable shipping. Innovative methods of adapting to the increasingly
restrictive environmental regulations are presented as well.
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