Some green groups welcome International Civil Aviation Organization's decision to exclude 'questionable' carbon credits from the industry's Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation.
It takes a global pandemic — and subsequent ordered and self-imposed quarantines — to really expose just how dependent societies are on mobility and transportation.
The airline plans to invest in aircraft renewal, sustainable jet fuel, weight reduction, and CO2 offsetting and sequestration projects.
The move is becoming more common in Europe but is unprecedented among North American airlines.
Despite myriad efforts, the aviation industry unlikely to succeed in reducing its emissions given the current hurdles. In fact, the case is quite the opposite.
Think ride-hailing flying taxis, electric multicopters and passenger drones that can be summoned with an app.
The plant is set to produce fuel made from waste and residue streams, such as used cooking oil sourced from regional industries.
As flight shame rises, one company is on a quest to make green jet fuels.
With activists pointing to the high carbon footprint of aviation, some companies are also looking to decrease employees' air travel.
Plus, many of those food waste stats you've heard don't include what's discarded at the farm. Tune in to hear about both the problem, and potential solutions.