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Oceangoing ships rely on particularly dirty fuels—which makes Maersk, the world’s largest container-shipping company, a key player in the race to net zero. By 2024, Maersk will launch eight ships that rely in part on biofuels, putting them on track for carbon neutrality. Maersk is also advising 200 of its customers, including high-volume shippers like Amazon and Levi Strauss, on reducing their carbon footprints.
Illustration by Melvin Galapon
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