Cruise ships and the shipping industry are one of the fastest growing sources of climate pollution on the planet. If nothing changes, shipping will account for nearly 20% of global climate pollution by 2050.
Shipping produces more climate pollution than many major countries, including Canada, Germany, Brazil, South Korea and Mexico.
This investigative report calls on Carnival Cruises to stop polluting the climate. Carnival has increased its climate pollution nearly 20% in the last decade. Globally, the shipping industry is on track to become one of the biggest climate polluters if it doesn’t change its ways.
PRESS RELEASE: Stand.earth Launches Campaign Calling on Carnival Cruises to End its Climate Pollution
Contact: Laura Johnston, firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 703-451-6780
My mom went on her first cruise a few years ago. She couldn’t wait to tell me all about it--the food, the outfits, the entertainment, the excursions.
She planned the trip for more than a year and was so excited to explore the world from a totally different vantage. I was incredibly happy for her, but dismayed that the very ship that brought her a new appreciation of the natural world is also putting our planet at risk.
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