Maersk alters climate target – plans climate neutrality for 2040

The Maersk group moves its climate goal ten years forward, now planning on being climate neutral by 2040. "The science is clear, we must act now," says CEO Søren Skou.

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A.P. Moller-Maersk dials up on its climate ambitions, moving its targets forward by ten years, the Danish shipping group states Wednesday morning.

Maersk has previously aimed for climate neutrality by 2050, an ambition launched back in 2018.

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