They use some of the dirtiest fuel on the planet, meaning one giant container ship can produce as much pollution annually as 50 million cars. But at Maersk Line, a new class of more energy-efficIent vessels is helping transform the industry.
Instead of focusing on flashy electric vehicles (although it has some of those, too), the only Detroit automaker that didn’t need a bailout is working to carve out mileage gains in every one of its offerings.
The snack food giant wants to prove that it can make its products healthier for people and the planet -- and it all starts with water. The first in a series of Q&As with business leaders who are transforming their industries.
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