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"Mixed lobbying" hinders Maersk from elite status on climate efforts

Think tank InfluenceMap has mapped out how well global companies like Unilever, Ikea and Maersk are performing in terms of meeting climate requirements and whether their words match their deeds. Ambiguous communication stands in the way of Maersk reaching the top, the think tank explains to ShippingWatch.

Photo: Maersk Triple-E/Kontraframe.dk

No shipping company enters the InfluenceMap's 2021 Global A list of climate lobbying – the only shipping company mentioned that potentially could enter the list is Danish A.P Moller-Maersk, which currently is on the 'potential' list but held back by "mixed lobbying."

The A list for 2021 has been released today with a full report.

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