Maersk pledges to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050

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Container ships currently use bunker fuel, a residue from crude oil that is cheaper but dirtier than petrol and diesel © Bloomberg
Container ships currently use bunker fuel, a residue from crude oil that is cheaper but dirtier than petrol and diesel © Bloomberg

Richard Milne for the Financial Times | 4 December 2018

The world’s largest container shipping company has pledged to cut net carbon emissions to zero by 2050, challenging an industry that is both one of the main transporters of global trade and one of the biggest polluters to come up with radical solutions in the next decade. 

Read the full article here: Maersk pledges to cut carbon emissions to zero by 2050.