Norwegian Cruise Line outlines net zero sustainability targets

Norwegian Cruise Line outlines net zero sustainability targets

The pledge is part of its Sail & Sustain sustainability programme

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd, the parent company of  Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, today launched its revamped climate action strategy along with short- and near-term greenhouse gas (GHG) targets to pursue net zero by 2050. 

The scope of this commitment expands to the cruise line's entire greenhouse gas footprint, including its vast network of suppliers and partners across its value chain. 

In the interim, the company aims to reduce GHG intensity by 10% by 2026 and 25% by 2030.

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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd president and chief executive officer-elect Harry Sommer said: "We are proud to further refine and strengthen our climate action strategy and commitments including by setting milestone GHG intensity reduction targets which will guide us on our ambitious pursuit of net zero by 2050.

"We recently took an important step forward by announcing the modification of two of our future Prima Class new-builds to accommodate the use of green methanol in the future."

The Company’s revamped climate action strategy is centred around three pillars: Efficiency, Innovation and Collaboration.


Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd vice president of ESG, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, Jessica John added: "Our strategy is about acting now to implement solutions for efficiency today, innovate for future solutions and collaborate with our stakeholders along the way. 

"Underpinning this strategy is good governance and effective risk management as we work to advance our climate action efforts and build our company’s resilience."

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