The Clean Arctic Alliance works to protect the Arctic from the impacts of shipping.

Made up of 22 not-for-profit organisations, the Clean Arctic Alliance campaigns to persuade governments to take action to protect the Arctic, its wildlife and its people, including the achievement of:

  • significant reductions in black carbon emissions from shipping both regionally in the Arctic and from further afield with an impact in the Arctic,
  • urgent, short-term measures to reduce CO2 emissions from international shipping,
  • national (domestic) level reductions in black carbon emissions and bans on the use and carriage of heavy fuel in national waters,
  • prohibiting the use of scrubbers and discharge of scrubber effluents in the Arctic, and
  • addressing ship-sourced underwater noise to reduce emissions and disturbance of Arctic wildlife.

Learn about what we do: Our Work

Clean Arctic Alliance Members