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Aviation Industry’s Role In Finding Renewable Fuels


The aviation industry is playing a leading role in the search for renewable fuels that will not adversely affect human food supplies, according to Susan Pond, adjunct professor of the Dow Sustainability Program at the US Studies Centre. Dr Pond, who is leading an industry forum on the topic at the Australian International Airshow, says government policy is critical to supporting research and development into alternative fuels, and contends that even without a carbon tax Australia’s aviation industry is heavily involved in renewable energy roadmapping.

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2 thoughts on “Aviation Industry’s Role In Finding Renewable Fuels

  1. All of us interested in reducing our Carbon Footprint globally, must work together to quickly replace current fossil-based aviation fuels with renewables/biomass-based sources.

  2. If we have the African continent as a new source of workforce and land to produce biofuel, there will be no problem with food supplies. This will even stimulate agriculture for food in Africa.

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