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Cargill looks to use wind to cut carbon in shipping
by Jonathan Saul
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28 October 2020
On 28 October 2020 Reuters reported:
Cargill, one of the world's biggest charterers of ships, is working with technology partners to fit sails on vessels in its fleet to cut carbon emissions through harnessing wind power, the U.S. agribusiness group said on Wednesday [28 October]. About 90 percent of world trade is transported by sea and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has said it aims to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions from ships by 50 percent from 2008 levels by 2050.
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