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Port Of Rotterdam Aims To Cut Emissions By 49% In 2030


Emission reduction goals are usually associated with major companies like Levi’s or McDonald’s, or cities across the globe. They’re less commonly attached to ports, but that hasn’t stopped the port of Rotterdam from setting targets designed to make it a zero emission transit center. 

The Dutch harbor is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions from shipping and industry by 49 percent in 2030, ultimately scaling up to a 90 percent reduction in 2050.