Klaveness CEO wants the industry's climate target raised to a clean zero by 2050

CEO of Norwegian shipping company Klaveness, Lasse Kristoffersen, is a well-known critic of shipping's climate ambitions. The industry needs to reach zero by 2050, he believes. "We must work much harder."

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Lasse Kristoffersen has never shied away from calling out the shipping industry's climate ambitions.

The CEO of Norway's Klaveness is one of the top people in the industry. Until recently, he was chair of the Norwegian Shipowners' Association, and he is also vice president of ICS.

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