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Which Cruise Companies Are Leading the Charge in Cutting Air Pollutants?

Which Cruise Companies Are Leading the Charge in Cutting Air Pollutants?

Royal Caribbean Cruises and Carnival are among the companies investing in LNG-powered ships and fuel cell technology to reduce emissions. Other cruise liners are testing battery power, in the form of hybrid ships, and wind power.

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Toward Emissions Standards

Royal Caribbean Cruises will retrofit 19 of its ships with advanced emissions purification (AEP) systems, which will remove more than 97 percent of the sulfur dioxide emissions generated by the ships’ diesel engines. The company says the move will position it ahead of all forthcoming International Maritime Organization Emission Control … Read more »

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Cruise Lines Give FOE’s Report Card an F

Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) members — including Royal Caribbean International, Carnival and Disney Cruise Line — will no longer participate in Friends of the Earth’s environmental survey. In a July 3 letter from CLIA president and CEO Christine Duffy, the industry group says while the “cruise industry fully supports … Read more »

Royal Caribbean Supports Gestation-Crate-Free Pork

Royal Caribbean Cruises wants its pork suppliers to detail their efforts to eliminate gestation crates used to confine pregnant pigs. In 2012, the company that owns Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and four other cruise brands, said it would support the pork industry’s efforts to eliminate the controversial cages from … Read more »