Saadé moves the target: CMA CGM must be climate-neutral by 2050

CMA CGM must be CO2-neutral by 2050, says CEO Rodolphe Saadé. As such, one of the world's largest container shipping lines follows in the footsteps of Maersk.

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France's CMA CGM now follows in the footsteps of Maersk with its ambitions to become climate-neutral by 2050.

The coronavirus outbreak has truly emphasized the need to move even faster with the climate agenda, wrote CMA CGM Chief Executive Rodolphe Saadé on Twitter on Tuesday.

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