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Heathrow Airport Targets Zero Carbon, Zero Waste by 2050

Heathrow Airport Targets Zero Carbon, Zero Waste by 2050

London’s Heathrow airport has launched a sustainability strategy that, among other targets, includes using 100 percent renewable energy by April and operating a zero-carbon, zero-waste airport by 2050.

How to Reduce Aviation Emissions, On the Ground and In the Sky

How to Reduce Aviation Emissions, On the Ground and In the Sky

Advances in biofuel infrastructure and ground-based operations can help the aviation industry comply with strict emissions limits and save money on fuel, according to two new studies.

BP Invests $30M in Waste-to-Biofuel Producer Fulcrum BioEnergy

BP will invest $30 million in Fulcrum BioEnergy, which makes transportation biofuels from waste, and buy 500 million gallons of renewable jet fuel over 10 years in an effort to curb aviation emissions.

JetBlue to Buy 330 Million Gallons of Renewable Jet Fuel Over 10 Years

As the global aviation industry prepares for carbon emissions limits, expected to be finalized by a UN body later this month, JetBlue has announced a 10-year purchase agreement to buy more than 330 million gallons of renewable jet fuel. JetBlue says this is one of the largest renewable jet fuel … Read more »

First North American Airport Achieves Carbon Neutrality

Dallas Fort Worth International Airport has become the first carbon neutral airport in North America by switching to renewable energy sources and converting its bus fleet to compressed natural gas vehicles, among other low-carbon initiatives.

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Airplane Emissions Rules Ready for Takeoff

US climate rules targeting airplane emissions will hurt the nation’s airline industry as well as companies like Boeing and General Electric that make planes and their parts, the industry’s trade group says.

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet Fuels Key to Aviation Emission Cuts, Report Says

Biojet fuels will be key to achieving the aviation industry’s pledge to cut CO2 emissions to 0.2 billion tons (GT) in 2050 — half the 2005 figure — as opposed to the 2.1 GT projected by current growth rates, according to Lux Research. Biojet fuel innovations, led globally by Honeywell … Read more »