Container industry reveals its CO2 emissions in the past decade

For almost a decade, 22 of the world's largest container carriers have kept track of their efforts to reduce CO2 emissions in joint working group Clean Cargo Working Group. Read on to see how far they have come. 

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Things are moving in the right direction for the liner companies' efforts to minimize their climate footprint, shows a new report from the industry.

The report is published at a time when some of the shipping industry's greatest challenges concern climate change mitigation, the transition toward greener energy as well as preparing for compliance with upcoming environmental regulations.

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