Our ambition for climate change is to have net-zero CO2 emissions from our own operations by 2050, and to reduce our relative emissions by 60% in 2030 compared to  2008.


To help decarbonise logistics through innovation, low-carbon offerings to customers and efficiency measures. Map climate change related risks to A.P. Moller – Maersk assets and supply chain.


Net-zero CO₂ emissions from own operations by 2050. Efficiency target of 60% relative reduction in CO₂ by 2030 (2008 baseline). 

Progress 2019

We have reduced CO₂ emissions by 41.8% since 2008, with 5.2 percent achieved in 2019. (Following a change in the underlying indicator used to measure progress, this number is not directly comparable to previous years' results.) Mapped and focused on three working hypotheses for future fuels, established the LEO Coalition developing a new type of biofuel, introduced“Maersk ECO Delivery to the market (a carbon free shipping product), and were co-founders of the Getting to Zero Coalition.

Read more on pages 14-19 in our Sustainability Report 2019.

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