Royal Caribbean Group has released its 15th annual Seastainability
Report, which highlights the company's environmental, social, and
governance (ESG) efforts.
2022 marked the 30th anniversary of the company's first environmental
programme, Save the Waves, and the publication of its first Task Force
on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) report.
Royal Caribbean Group's president and CEO, Jason Liberty, emphasised
that their strategic priorities remain grounded in creating business
value while uplifting their employees, guests, and the communities they
The company has implemented various initiatives to minimise the
environmental impact of its operations, such as reducing fuel
consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, implementing advanced
wastewater treatment systems, and reducing single-use plastics.
Royal Caribbean also prioritises the safety and wellbeing of its
guests and employees, and is committed to sustainable tourism by
partnering with communities and inspiring them to achieve sustainable
Highlights of Royal Caribbean’s Seastainability Report include
reducing its carbon intensity by double digits by 2025 towards net zero
emissions by 2050; Navigator of the Seas to complete the first renewable
diesel pilot in the US; introducing the world's first net-zero cruise
terminal in Galveston, Texas; and renewing partnership with WWF and
committing US$5 million for ocean health, among others.