Carbon Footprint

Achieved

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.

Waste Reduction

Achieved

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.

Advanced Air Quality Systems

On Track

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.

Guest & Crewmember Health, Safety & Security

Ongoing

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.

AWWTS Technology

Achieved

Reached our goal by achieving a 10.3 percentage points in our AWWTS coverage of fleetwide capacity relative to our 2014 baseline.

Diversity & Ethics

Ongoing

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.

Cold Ironing Capactiy

On Track

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.

Water Efficiency

Achieved

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.

Our Community

Ongoing

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.

Business Partner Code of Conduct and Ethics

Ongoing

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.