UK Leading Military Battle Against Carbon Emissions

UK Royal Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic display team
One target for the Royal Air Force’s transition to greener aviation is to find a cleaner alternative to diesel to create the red, white and blue smoke used by the Red Arrows aerobatic display team.
Credit: Tony Osborne/AW&ST
European governments are setting strict targets for lower carbon emissions and achieving net zero, and their militaries are facing the same pressures. Armed forces are sizable contributors to carbon emissions: They use gas-guzzling ground vehicles, aircraft, and ships, and their convoys, deployments...

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