Carnival sets course for carbon-neutrality by 2050

The cruise line has set new sustainability goals, including a goal to build zero-emission ships by 2050

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One of the world’s largest cruise companies, Carnival, has announced a new set of sustainability goals and has pledged to achieve carbon-neutrality by 2050.

It has committed to halving its air emissions and food waste by 2030, as well as delivering a 50% reduction in single-use plastics by the end of this year.

Carnival has also set a goal to build zero-emission ships by 2050.

Arnold Donald, CEO, said: “The 2030 goals and our aspirations for 2050 are an important next step in our sustainability journey and support our efforts to establish a path to zero emission cruising over time.”

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