The Global Maritime Forum is headed to New York for its annual summit, the main vehicle for its efforts to bring stakeholders together to tackle shipping’s challenges.

The non-profit organisation has a record of turning its discussions into concrete initiatives, so what does it intend to achieve as it prepares its first full-scale summit of the post-pandemic era?

The 22-23 September event is built around responding to two years of dramatic change that have included a global pandemic, a major war, a supply chain crisis and pressure to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.