Made more progress on our 2020 goal and achieved a 29.1% reduction relative to our 2005 baseline. • Committed to a new goal to reduce the intensity of CO2e (equivalent carbon dioxide) emissions from our operations by 40% by 2030 relative to our 2008 baseline, measured in grams of CO2e per ALB-km. In 2019, we achieved a 24.8% reduction. • Delivered the second cruise ship in the world to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) both at sea and in port. • First cruise company to join The Getting to Zero Coalition for decarbonization. • Invested in fuel-cell technology. • Invested in battery technology. • Received Greenest Shipowner of the Year Neptune Award. • Received Germany’s Blue Angel award for Carnival’s brand, AIDAnova’s environmentally-friendly ship design.
Reached our goal by achieving a 5.6% reduction in our waste rate relative to our 2016 baseline. • Committed to a new food waste reduction goal of 10% across our entire fleet by the end of 2021. • Committed to a new goal to reduce all non-essential single-use items, including plastics, onboard our ships by 50% by the end of 2021. • Completed Phase I of single-use items and plastic program by eliminating or replacing straws, cups, lids, stir sticks, cocktail picks, toothpicks, butter foil packs, and plastic shopping bags with sustainable alternatives. • Installed additional food waste digesters through the fleet.
77% of fleet equipped with Advanced Air Quality Systems. • 236 engines equipped with Advanced Air Quality Systems. • Developed a public website dedicated to Advanced Air Quality Systems updates.
Continued to implement a series of initiatives to prevent guest and crew injuries. • Continued to enhance our health and safety procedures. • Completed the implementation of active assailant program. • Carnival Corporation & plc’s CSMART Academy received the SAFETY4SEA training award for the 2nd consecutive year.
Reached our goal by achieving a 10.3 percentage points in our AWWTS coverage of fleetwide capacity relative to our 2014 baseline.
Continued to build a diverse and inclusive workforce. • Recognized by Newsweek’s first ranking of America’s Most Responsible Companies. • Recognized as one of America’s Best Large Employers and America’s Best Employer for Diversity by Forbes Magazine. • Recognized by Corporate Responsibility Magazine 100 Best Corporate Citizen. • Earned a perfect score of 100 for the 3rd consecutive year from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the leading LGBTQ in the U.S. • Continued to work with Catalyst, the leading U.S. nonprofit with a mission to expand opportunities for women. • Costa Cruises hosted the World Maritime Day “Empowering Women in the Maritime Community” event. • Carnival UK became a Value 500 member, an organization committed to putting disability and inclusion on business leadership agenda.
47 ships equipped with the ability to utilize cold ironing/shore power technology. • We connected to 12 cruise ports equipped with cold ironing technology globally.
Surpassed our goal by achieving an 8.7% reduction relative to our 2010 baseline. • Further improved our water efficiency by supplying 82% of our water needs from the ocean and purchasing only 18% at designated ports.
Pledged up to $2 million for Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in The Bahamas. • Signed a memorandum of understanding with The Bahamian government to rebuild the main hospital impacted after Hurricane Dorian. • Continued with the 2018 Caribbean Region Support Efforts program. • Committed to build a new port destination in The Bahamas. • Carnival Cruise Line expanded operations to Long Beach, California as a new home port. • Costa Cruises donated more than €100,000 to the port of Venice Foundation after the 2019 flooding. • Costa Cruises partnered with Ferrero/Kinder Joy of Moving to promote motoric skills and the cognitive, emotional and relational development of children.
Committed to further our commitment to human rights by developing a human rights policy in 2020. • Completed 100% of animal welfare audits for tour encounters offering dog sledding in Alaska. • Completed more than 50% of animal welfare audits for tour encounters with dolphins in captivity between FY2018 and FY2019.