Many ships use outdated and dangerous fossil fuels to travel the oceans. We lead international coalitions that advocate a ban on oil in the Arctic and a transition to clean energy for the shipping industry. We also seek laws that protect wildlife and coastal communities by keeping ships out of sensitive areas.

Norway seeking zero emissions from shipping

In the News | September 12, 2018 | Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News | Seatrade Maritime News
While the IMO’s target of a 50% cut in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipping by 2050 is seen as “ambitious” Norway is seeking zero emission shipping. Norway convened...

Join Us: Tweet @Carnival for the Climate

Campaign | September 18, 2018 | Domenique Zuber
Carnival Corporation claims that environmental stewardship and sustainability are core company values across all ten of its subsidiary cruise line brands. But this couldn’t be further from the truth....

Don’t Let Ships Sink Paris Climate-Change Agreement

In the News | September 10, 2018 | Sue Libenson, Pacific Environment | The Mercury News
The Bay Area welcomes thousands of international visitors for the Global Climate Action Summit this week. They come to announce far-reaching steps to solve our climate crisis. But, no...

Why does Carnival continue sailing with heavy fuel oil?

In the News | August 9, 2018 | Eelco Leemans and Kevin Harun | Trouw
Carnival, an American company, is one of the largest organizers of cruise holidays in the world and sails with over a hundred cruise ships all over the world. Sailing...

Zero Emission Trade and Transport by 2030

Event | August 10, 2018 | Domenique Zuber | 899 2nd Street, South Beach Yacht Club, San Francisco, CA 94107
Please join us to discuss transitioning the transportation sector away from fossil fuels! In collaboration with the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment and ClimateWorks Foundation, our event brings...

Environmental activists: “Consumers can stop dirty ships from smashing the Arctic’s nature”

In the News | July 19, 2018 | Kevin Harun, Arctic Program Director, Pacific Environment and KÅRE PRESS-KRISTENSEN, Senior Counselor, Ecological Council, Copenhagen | Politiken
Note: Translated to English from the original Danish  Heavy bunker oil is the most dirty fuel that ships can sail with. It is at risk of destroying Greenland’s nature,...