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Why cruise ships are so harmful to the environment

"Luxury cruising is the worst form of travel for the environment and climate.” This is the environmental impact of cruise ships...

06/08/2020 10:44 AM

70 comments

  • Rebecca A.
    05/10/2020 12:59

    been saying this for years .. once the baby boomers leave this earth and this business goes down the scat tube we can all start fixing their mess of ignorance

  • Kate S.
    05/10/2020 11:02

    So these ships are dumping sulphur into a sea which is already becoming more acidic with increased CO2 absorption.... Well that has been well thought out ! Sulphur will make the oceans more acidic... Obviously no one was thinking about the microorganisms which it is estimated produce 50 - 80% of our oxygen which live in the sea... Pumping Sulphur into the air is bad as a pollutant, but pumping it into the sea is far worse.... https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/ocean-oxygen.html

  • Aroti B.
    04/10/2020 09:12

    It's amazing

  • Aroti B.
    04/10/2020 08:21

    Wow amazing

  • Thiện N.
    29/09/2020 16:57

    Yes, we need to stop this. We also need to stop the way of luxury life and wasting tons and tons of energy/fuel / water. The earth is going on crysis already. Thats why the good side of Covid 19 is, when people stop traveling so much, environment got better, animal started to appear more often, this is how wrong we were all this time. We dont need travel that much, we dont need flying that much, we dont need cruising at all. Big companies/ travel companies make us think we need those luxury cruising/ traveling, we dont actually, if u have so much money, spending it in helping people/ animal/environment. Traveling is great and all but we dont have to do it in luxury way. The earth is at limited because of our luxury habitat

  • Ann Y.
    29/09/2020 11:47

    They will only make changes if they are made to do it. We need them to change NOW!

  • Eugenio S.
    29/09/2020 08:38

    🤷🏻‍♂️

  • Jonny H.
    29/09/2020 07:42

    There’s 5 of them at anchor just off the beach in Bournemouth. I guess takes them off the sea

  • Lawrence G.
    28/09/2020 23:11

    I travel with P&O cruises they have brought in Iona the first ship to be liquid natural gas that produces half the emissions of other older ships,as much as I do want to help the environment,holidays on cruises is the easiest way for me in a wheelchair to have a truly nice and chilled out and totally switched off holiday,hopefully they will produce electric-gas Hybrids in the not so distant future...

  • Carol H.
    28/09/2020 21:17

    Such a shame,as it’s such a wonderful way to have a holiday.

  • Diana S.
    28/09/2020 19:03

    Stop cruises all together. They are nothing. but pollutants. Time sail back into harbour and stay there.

  • Linda F.
    28/09/2020 18:17

    Floating toilets. Vile!

  • Marge P.
    28/09/2020 17:53

    not a tree in sight. just a floating sea of humanity.

  • Jeff S.
    28/09/2020 17:45

    I love Luxury Cruising!!!

  • Mirella P.
    28/09/2020 17:43

    Toxic discharges? Bullshit. To much to loose for the owner to pollute the water. Cruise ships mosty trades close to shore, which means that many years ago their sulphur content in fuel (air pollution? Nah.) was below those ships which are trading worldwide nonstop. You can not even imagine with how many rules shipping industry is involved every hour all around the world.

  • Joey D.
    28/09/2020 17:09

    Fracking lithium for electric vehicles is worse...

  • Yvette D.
    28/09/2020 16:01

    Hopefully they are thing of the past.

  • Christopher R.
    28/09/2020 15:26

    Never again and I apologize to my fellow humans for taking them in the past!

  • Hans P.
    28/09/2020 15:14

    Never been, wouldn’t want to

  • Kathy C.
    28/09/2020 14:07

    Never been a fan.

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