We invite shoppers, environmental and climate justice organizations, public health organizations, labor allies,and friends of all kinds to join us in our mission to bring clean, zero-emissions ships to the high seas.

Ship It Zero is a climate and public health campaign to move the world’s largest retail companies to 100% zero-emission maritime shipping.

Ship It Zero is pressuring four of America’s largest retailers—Amazon, IKEA, Target and Walmart—to take the following actions:

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Abandon Dirty Ships
Stop moving products on fossil-fueled ships, reject false solutions like Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), and immediately demand ships that incorporate existing technology and methods to reduce emissions, including wind assist propulsion and slow steaming.

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Set Sail First
Sign contracts now to ship your goods on the world’s first zero-emission ships, accelerating investment, development, and production in zero-emission shipping.

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Put Zero at the Helm
Commit to 100% zero-emissions shipping by 2030.

Ship It Zero is an alliance of environmental organizations including Pacific Environment, STAND.earth, and Sort Your Ship Out, all dedicated to advancing real climate solutions for a zero-emissions shipping sector. But we’re not alone—shoppers are ready to hold corporations accountable for their shipping pollution:

A consumer poll by Yale University, George Mason University, and Climate Nexus found that 70% of consumers would continue to shop at brands even if using clean ships raised the prices of that brand’s goods. 74% of consumers would be more likely to shop at companies that use cleaner ways to ship their goods. 84% of consumers thought that the shipping industry should be doing more to reduce the environmental impacts of shipping goods around the world.

Are you on board?

Sign on below to join the coalition, and please spread the word about this important effort.