Opinion: Aviation Needs A Faster Path To Lower Carbon Emissions

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-800

Malaysia Airlines operated a Boeing 737-800 using a blend of conventional jet fuel and Neste’s fuel made from renewable waste.

Credit: Malaysia Airlines
The commercial aviation industry is responsible for around 2.1% of total carbon dioxide emissions and 12% of those from transport overall. In 2009, the air transport sector committed to cutting carbon emissions on a global scale to half of 2005 levels by 2050. And a mere month ago, International...

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