Use Wind-Powered Vessels to Reduce Gas Emissions

Target: Ann Phillips, Administrator of the Maritime Administration (MARAD)

Goal: Encourage the use of wind-powered shipping vessels to improve climate change.

The shipment of products contribute to greenhouse gas emissions when fuel is used for transportation. Recent vessels have used large sails to deliver shipments, reducing fuel use. The goal is to decrease harmful chemicals in the atmosphere. If such vessels have successfully transported products in a sustainable fashion, these procedures should be utilized in other shipping processes. This process is also efficient and performs the same way a normal shipping vessel would.

It’s imperative to cut greenhouse gas emissions in any way possible. Sign below and demand the use of wind-powered vessels to decrease further pollution and climate change.


Dear Administrator Phillips,

Wind-powered vessels are a new tactic used to reduce gas emissions. From their recent use, it has been proven that they function well and use less fuel than the normal shipping vessel. Wind is a non-harmful power source that should be looked into considering the large amount of products shipped on a daily basis. Please consider using such vessels to assist in solving the climate change crisis. Gas emissions are a large contributor to climate change, and if they can be reduced, it’s up to officials to implement such changes. We demand the use of sustainable shipping vessels for Earth’s benefit. Thank you for your attention to this vital message.


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