Delivering larger, more-efficient ships as part of our ongoing newbuild program, replacing some of the existing ships in our fleet.
Improving the existing fleet’s energy efficiency through investment in projects such as service power packages and air lubrication systems and expanding shore power capabilities.
Designing more energy-efficient itineraries and focusing on operational execution and investing in port and destination projects in strategic locations to support these efforts.
Investing in a first-of-its-kind lithium-ion battery storage system, testing fuel cells powered by hydrogen derived from methanol and exploring carbon capture and storage. We are also supporting the adaptation of alternative fuels including LNG and other bio and synthetic hydrogen-derived fuels.
Started focusing on energy efficiency programs throughout the fleet.
Announced our first carbon intensity reduction goal of 20% by 2015.
Peaked emissions for scope 1 & 2.
Achieved our 2015 goal of reaching 20% carbon intensity reduction ahead of time and announced our 2020 carbon reduction goal of 25%.
Surpassed our 2015 carbon intensity reduction goal by delivering a 23.4% reduction.
AIDAprima launched with LNG capabilities while in port.
Achieved and surpassed our 2020 carbon intensity reduction goal by delivering a 26.3% reduction.
CLIA announced industry 2030 carbon rate reduction goal of 40% relative to a 2008 baseline.
Committed to a new carbon intensity reduction goal of 40% by 2030 relative to a 2008 baseline & achieved a 24.9% reduction.
Due to the global pandemic, we paused guest operations in March.
Boards of Directors appointed company’s President and Chief Executive Officer to the role of Chief Climate Officer.
Updated our greenhouse gas emissions baseline from 2008 to 2019.
Completed scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions baseline inventory.
Our Commitment - reducing carbon intensity by 20% relative to 2019 baseline.
Aspire to achieve net-zero carbon ship emissions, aligned with the Paris Agreement’s ambition and exceeding IMO’s goal of 50% absolute emission reduction.
IMO’s ultimate goal is to achieve zero-emission shipping.