A green shipping corridor hub has been created by the Zero-Emission Shipping Mission public-private partnerships group.

The mission, set up in 2021 by Denmark, the US and Norway and industry bodies the Global Maritime Forum and the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, said the hub will support actions to create green corridors.

The group, which involves 24 governments, wants at least 200 ships burning well-to-wake zero-emission fuels on main ocean routes by 2030 and said green corridors would be a key lever in achieving the aim.