DFDS reveals details about its plans to go climate neutral

Ferry and logistics company DFDS wants to be climate neutral by 2050, and it also aims to achieve a significant reduction in greenhouse gases a decade from now. Three different tracks will help realize this ambition.

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DFDS joins the field of shipping majors looking to make their operations climate neutral by 2050.

This is set out as one of the main targets for the ferry and logistics company's climate plan, according to a statement published Wednesday.

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