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New shipping routes open as Arctic ice caps recede due to climate change.
Although climate change generates huge losses for Mother Nature and humankind, it turns out that it’s not all bad news. In fact, the devastating effects of climate change may generate substantial financial gains for some industries. One such industry is the shipping industry, and Eimskip, the oldest Icelandic shipping company in the world, is curbing its carbon emissions while also recognizing the opportunities arising from the melting of our final frontier.