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Cruises try to go green €

Written by Gérard Tur on Thursday, June 30th 2022 à 18:25 | Read 208 times

Criticized for its environmental nuisance, the cruise industry is adopting technical solutions to limit its impact. Increasingly strict regulations are an effective spur. In the Mediterranean, the extension of the Seca and Pelagos zones will force the most polluting ships out of our sea.

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Cruises try to go green
Written on the Thursday, June 30th 2022

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