The importance of these metrics relates to:
- The ENVIRONMENTAL side, because there are increasingly stringent requirements related to emissions from ships
- The SOCIAL point of view, for the areas of crew well-being, as well as health and safety on board, since the violation of labor rights is a high-risk element
- Finally, shipping as an industry is vulnerable to GOVERNANCE risks related to corruption, ethics and integrity
Paying attention to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns, eShip lunges Maritime ESG Metrics.