United Kingdom ferry operator P&O launched its new £111 million hybrid ship, which could produce 40% less carbon. The vessel, named P&O Pioneer, began traversing 27 nautical miles from Dover to Calais across the English Channel, the world’s busiest shipping route.
International shipping emits more than 700 million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually, and this amount is growing. While passenger ferries make up 3% of all vessels, they produce 10% of the global fleet’s greenhouse gases. Even so, a four-person car onboard a ferry emits 44 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer, compared with 244 grams for four people flying the same distance.
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