Japan’s K Line wants to increase the cash pot for its directors by 33% and reward them for reducing CO2 emissions in its fleet.

The plans will be discussed at a shareholder meeting in June that would seek to increase the maximum rewards for executives from ¥600m ($4.48m) to ¥800m ($5.99m), the company said.

The plan seeks to shift the emphasis of directors’ pay to securing long-term goals including improvements in CO2 emissions efficiency.