Since the launch of the Clydebank Declaration in November 2021 a number of green shipping corridor efforts have been launched. Tracking these efforts, as well as their progress, is often identified as a top-priority need by stakeholders. The tool below helps to address this challenge by showcasing green shipping corridor efforts on an easy-to-use interactive map. If you would like to add your green corridor to the map, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Shipping Corridor Route Tracker
The route tracker below is an interactive map that shows the numerous green shipping corridors that have been announced as under development or established. Use the filters in the map to explore the different corridors and learn about the different routes and ports. If you are interested in forming your own corridor, visit the green shipping corridor matchmaker tool to find other stakeholders with which to partner.
Note that this map is best viewed in full-screen mode by clicking the small square in the bottom right of map. If there is a green shipping corridor that is missing from the tool, please let us know at: email@example.com.
Additional Green Shipping Corridor Tools and Resources
The tools and resources provided below are developed and maintained by members of the Mission Innovation Zero-Emission Shipping Mission. These resources are intended to help accelerate green corridor formation through partnerships, knowledge access, and better coordination.
If you are interested in developing a green shipping corridor, you need not start from scratch! Collected here are numerous reports and analyses that provide processes and frameworks for green shipping corridor development and investigation.
Green shipping corridors require strong partnerships across different regions, countries, and even continents. This interactive map allows interested partners and stakeholders to more easily find one another to pursue green shipping corridor formation.
Zero Emission Shipping Mission: firstname.lastname@example.org