Traveling:

Rental Cars, Cruises & Trains

Whether on the open road, the high seas or the rails, travelers are enjoying their journey while lowering their environmental impact.

Major cruise lines are charting a path towards climate-friendly voyages with investments in alternative fuels and ambitious targets to reduce carbon intensity. Rental car companies are providing more electric vehicle options and proactively working with public and private sector partners to address the biggest barriers to EV adoption. Travelers are lowering their emissions by riding on diesel-electric trains powered by clean biodiesel.

Avis Budget Group

Partnering with Uber to help drivers transition to zero-emission vehicles. The company is also increasing fuel efficiency via an optimization system for fleets and has set a goal to reduce GHG emission 30% by 2030.

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Cruise Lines International Association

CLIA members are charting a course to net-zero globally by 2050. Cruise lines are utilizing LNG now as a transitional fuel and are exploring sustainable marine fuels and propulsion technologies, including advanced biofuels and other renewable energy solutions such as synthetic fuels, methanol, hydrogen, fuel cells and batteries. Cruise lines continue to make significant investments in shoreside electricity.

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Carnival Corporation

Achieved goal of reducing single-use plastic items by 50%, and reduced food waste by 24% per person in 2021.

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Amtrak

Set a goal to achieve net-zero emissions by 2045, with an interim target to reduce emissions 40% by 2030. Amtrak is poised to play a leading role in the modal shift to rail in support of global efforts to reduce GHG emissions.

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Enterprise Holdings

Actively engaging in supporting the electrification ecosystem and long-term viability of EV fleets through infrastructure investments and partnership collaboration. In FY22, Enterprise Holdings reduced more than 800 million pounds of carbon emissions through its rideshare program.

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