Container shipping has reduced CO2 emissions

The global container fleet has reduced its CO2 emissions by 7.7 percent, according to a study performed by NGO BSR (Business for Social Responsibility).

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Legislative initiatives as well as initiatives from the carriers themselves have been effective. At least according to a study performed by BSR, which shows that the container fleet's CO2 emissions have gone down 7.7 percent from 2012 to 2013.

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