Amazon, Brooks Running, Frog Bikes, IKEA, Inditex, Michelin, Patagonia, Tchibo, and Unilever became the first to sign the 2040 Ambition Statement.

Bea Tridimas, Business Green

Nine leading multinationals have become the first companies to sign a new 2040 Ambition Statement and commit to transitioning their ocean freight vessels to zero carbon fuels by 2040, the Cargo Owners for Zero Emission Vessels (coZEV) this week announced.

CoZEV is a coalition of cargo owners, initiated by the not-for-profit Aspen Institute Energy and Environment Program, that brings together cargo owners and shipping operators to work to accelerate the decarbonisation of the shipping industry and deliver on corporates’ net zero emission supply chain commitments.

Justine Calma, The Verge »

“This will be a catalyzing force and a game-changer for the industry to really push for the decarbonization of the sector,” says Kendra Ulrich, shipping campaigns director at the environmental nonprofit, which was one of the authors of the 2019 import pollution report.