As a group of countries announced a plan for green shipping corridors at COP26 last month, the Getting to Zero Coalition, an initiative backed by the Global Maritime Forum, published an analysis of the routes that might work best.

The Clydebank Declaration for Clean Shipping Corridors, which was announced in Glasgow, seeks to create at least six green passageways — zero-emission maritime routes between port pairs — by the middle of the decade.

Getting to Zero's The Next Wave: Green Corridors report focuses on how they can be conceived, prioritised and designed to enable scalability and replicability.