A report released by Royal Caribbean Group outlines the company’s progress and performance across its three wholly owned brands – Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and Silversea Cruises.
The strategic priorities of Royal Caribbean Group remain rooted in creating business value and improving the lives of our employees, guests, and communities we visit as we progress on our sustainability journey,” said Jason Liberty, president, and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group. As a responsible vacation company, we continue to deliver great vacation experiences through collaboration and innovation.
This report highlights Royal Caribbean Group’s achievements in reducing emissions, promoting the safety of guests and employees, and protecting the oceans.
The 2022 Sustainability Report outlines a short-term goal of reducing carbon intensity by double digits by 2025. The 2022 report also outlines the following key targets:
Please visit www.royalcaribbeangroup.com/sustainability/ for more information about Royal Caribbean Group’s Sustainability Report for 2022.
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