IAG Looks To Tackle Scope 3 Emissions

British Airways A380 at Heathrow Airport
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LONDON—International Airlines Group (IAG) is expecting its fuel deliveries and aircraft-manufacturer processes to be net-zero within the next five to 10 years, as part of its crackdown on Scope 3 indirect emissions. Airline emissions fall into three categories, Scope 1 emissions from direct flight...

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