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Can the Cruise Industry Be Saved? - Sierra Club


By Michael Shapiro | Jun 23 2020


Small-ship cruises run by companies such as Lindblad and UnCruise, whose boats typically carry fewer than 100 passengers, say they already have an environmental approach. “Sustainability has been part of our core values” since the company was founded in 1996, said UnCruise spokeswoman Liz Galloway. “Our size alone allows us to have a smaller footprint on the places we visit. Not only do we shorten the supply chain of our food onboard by buying local, we reduce waste, contribute to recycling, and are efficient in the use of marine sanitation devices.”

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