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The world’s largest container-shipping company has a carbon footprint bigger than that of some entire countries. But Maersk is building infrastructure to transition away from shipping’s notoriously noxious “bunker fuel.” It has partnered with energy companies to ramp up production of green methanol, a biofuel, and it's awaiting delivery of 13 green-fuel-powered ships: The first will launch in 2023.
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