Sustainable Maritime Interiors - 2022 Report

41 Kelsian Group asserts: “We genuinely care for the environment and are committed to preserving it through the efficient use of resources, minimising waste and reducing environmental impact, whilst promoting a culture of sustainability.” Says Color Line: “Sea transport has a high priority in achieving national and international climate goals, and Color Line’s sea environmental strategy influences the company’s initiatives.” Condor Ferries says: “We believe that businesses are responsible for achieving good environmental practice and operating in a sustainable manner. We are therefore committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performance as an integral and fundamental part of our business strategy and operating methods.” DFDS explains that its climate action plan “ensures we prioritise our environmental footprint. In an industry with a large carbon footprint, we are committed to finding solutions that will eventually transform how our industry operates.” FRS Clipper says: “We embrace our responsibilities in the business world to face current and future ecological and social challenges. This is why our actions focus on responsible business practices that are geared towards long-term and sustainable strategies with the goal of reducing our ecological footprint… CSR is embedded into our corporate strategy, our processes and our corporate culture.” Havila Voyages pays tribute to the natural world in its statement: “Our quiet and untouched nature, clean water and fresh air are worth taking care of. Therefore, Havila Kystruten has invested in green solutions so that those who come after us can experience the same thing.” Tallink Group aligns its sustainability focus areas with the UN Sustainable Development Goals Source: Tallink Group Yearbook, 2019