Cruise Search


  • Choose a date

SEARCH
ajaxLoading

Most Useful Answer

Wilkinson - Answered a Question by 95 (29 Jul 07 10:39)

I think its digusting that the people who have answered this question have a blatant disregard for the environment, does the recent flooding in the UK or the deaths in Europe from the extreme heat make you want to think we can help to slow down this process. Major industries are making changes to reduce carbon emissions why cant the individual care as well.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
Bell - Answered a Question by 95 (27 Jul 07 21:50)

What a load of b-------- this carbon footprint is! It's like buying a white rhino horn, then telling everyone you've adopted a penguin at London Zoo to make up for it. Still, if it makes you feel good............

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
Dennis - Answered a Question by 95 (27 Jul 07 23:28)

I'm not sure but a lot less than flying or so I have heard.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
Vincent - Answered a Question by 95 (28 Jul 07 00:13)

Don't know and POSITIVELY don't car.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
West - Answered a Question by 95 (28 Jul 07 06:40)

Couldn't agree more. You've been brainwashed by the media and other morons. I can't think of anything more unbelievable than that mankind can do anything to change this planet's weather pattern. Global warming is as natural as global cooling. You live on an ever changing planet travelling through an ever changing universe. Get used to it.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
Webster - Answered a Question by 95 (29 Jul 07 15:19)

Ships now, especially the new super liners are being more scrutanized because of these very questions. They have far less impact on the environment than they ever did before. Water and sewage is now treated (and in some of the newer ships, purified) before it goes back into the sea. Much of the materials onboard are recylced and each ship now carries an 'Envornmental Officer'. Cruise companies have done a fantastic job of becoming more green, more so than many land resorts in recent years. On most ships even bins in passenger areas will say 'food waste only' and 'glass' etc... Your cabin bins, when emptied, are also seperated for different recylceable materials. It's an awful job but there is a team of people that do it. Any ship not complying with the latest environmental regulations would be heavily fined.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful
Answer
drew - Answered a Question by 95 (04 Aug 07 15:23)

Who cares!!!, it's just an excuse for governments to charge us more tax.

- Was this comment useful
or
0 of 0 found this useful