The 14th edition of Costa Cruises’ sustainability report, ‘Building the Future Together’, shows that in 2019 the company had already reached a reduction of 40% in CO2 emissions versus 2008, as it continues its path towards decarbonization.
During 2019, Carnival Corp. & plc achieved a 29.1% reduction in CO2e intensity relative to its 2005 baseline, additional progress on top of reaching its original goal of a 25% reduction in carbon intensity in 2017.
The finalists for the 2020 Seatrade Cruise Awards have been announced and are listed below in alphabetical order. Principal sponsors of the 14th Cruise Awards scheme are Oracle Hospitality.
Dr Martin Stopford, President Clarkson Research, says urgent development of biofuels needs to be undertaken by the maritime sector as he set out a roadmap to zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Design of a 60mtr long luxury catamaran, with accommodation for up to 36 passengers, is being created by Finnish company Wärtsilä and Pastrovich Studio in Monaco.
Thousands of tours, many certified as sustainable, are the legacy of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.'s global tour operations division, led by Roberta Jacoby as managing director.
Oslo-based YSA Design is teaming up with engineering company and software provider, Scenso, to make air cleaner on board ships.