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As an industry we have both a moral responsibility and business imperative to sustain the places we sail and the communities that support our industry.
CLIA Cruise Line Members reduce cruise ship air emissions through investments in new ship design and the pioneering of new technologies is at the core of CLIA Cruise Line Members’ air quality efforts.
Cruise lines are innovators in developing cutting edge ship designs and sustainable environmental practices, including investing billions of dollars in exhaust gas cleaning systems, energy-efficient design standards to lead to a 30% reduction in new marine vessel CO2 emissions by 2025; hull paints with special non-toxic coatings that reduce fuel consumption; and initiatives to provide emissions-free energy.
Because of creative approaches to improving cruise ship air reductions, new cruise ships that enter service today, no matter their size, are among the most environmentally friendly ships in the history of commercial shipping.
To learn more about the cruise industry’s innovative and state-ofthe-art air emissions programs, visit www.cruising.org.au.