Rival Airlines Team Up To Boost Sustainable Aviation Fuel

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From a quick look at climate headlines, it’s hard to miss that the global aviation industry poses a knotty problem. Today, jet planes contribute around 2% of global emissions—a share which is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years. In response, activists have launched no-holds-barred campaigns to stop people from flying.

With all the attention around just how damaging the industry is to the environment, it may come as a surprise that the technology already exists to dramatically cut those emissions. It’s called sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The problem is that it’s two to four times as expensive as regular fuel. 

Because SAF is so expensi…

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