GE Reports Article - must read by Brendan Coffey
With Broadway shows, racetracks, Michelin-star chefs and as many as 9,000 passengers and crew members, cruise ships often live up to their “floating cities” nickname. Unfortunately, they’re like cities in another way, too: They’re massive producers of greenhouse gases and air pollution from using marine diesel, a heavier version of what powers diesel trucks and cars. A 2017 study found one cruise line’s operations in Europe emitted 10 times more air-polluting particulate matter than the continent’s 260 million cars did that year.
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