Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings announced its partnership with the Global Maritime Forum to increase sustainable economic development.
The new partnership with the non-profit organization aligns with Norwegian’s efforts to drive a positive impact on society and the environment non-profit organization through its Sail & Sustain program, including its commitment to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Earlier this year, The company also announced short- and near-term greenhouse gas targets to support its net zero by 2050 initiative and its climate action strategy based on three key pillars: efficiency, innovation and collaboration.
“We are pleased to partner with the Global Maritime Forum and join its flagship initiative, the Getting to Zero Coalition, as we believe cross-sector partnership is a catalyst for innovation and effective change,” said Harry Sommer, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. “We look forward to collaborating with other like-minded and solution-oriented stakeholders on meaningful initiatives to drive a positive change, strengthen resilience, accelerate decarbonization efforts and best position the maritime industry for a bright future ahead.”
“We are pleased to welcome Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings as a Global Maritime Forum partner,” said Johannah Christensen, chief executive officer of Global Maritime Forum. “The cruise segment is a critical part of the global maritime industry, and we are confident that Norwegian will bring a diverse perspective and valuable expertise to our collaborative platform of maritime leaders.”