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Rotterdam reports five-year 27% carbon emission reduction

The Port of Rotterdam Authority has announced the reduction of its total carbon emissions by nearly 27% during the period 2016-2020, while last year the Dutch port achieved a 12% drop.

The port’s total emissions volume combines those released by industrial production (refineries, chemical companies) and electricity generation (gas- and coal-fired power plants).

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