Sectors hardest hit by the crisis require particular attention and assistance – Funding for decarbonization projects and future technologies must be prioritized – Sustainable air transport and tourism are key for Europes green recovery
With todays first-ever observance of the World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development, Airbus is highlighting the contributions of engineers across the company to a more sustainable aviation industry.
Number of SAF Pathways Grows to a Half Dozen
As the French Government presented the countrys ambitions with regards to sustainable aviation fuel, in Toulouse, Airbus, Air France, Safran, Suez and Total acknowledge the launch of a new Call for Expression of Interest (CEI).
Global network will emphasize development of scientific breakthroughs, product and process innovation, and new business models to achieve positive change
The global maritime transport industry has submitted a proposal to form the worlds first collaborative shipping R&D programme to help eliminate CO2 emissions from international shipping. The proposal includes core funding from shipping companies across the world of about USD 5 billion over a 10-year period.
Company is first in cruise sector to join coalition of over 80 companies committed to development of zero emission vessels and fuel solutions to meet maritime industry's goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
IATA published information confirming that carbon emissions per passenger have declined by more than 50% since 1990
As part of corporate commitment to sustained excellence in environmental compliance, 15 Carnival Corporation ships are testing food waste bio-digester machines, or 'steel stomachs,' that separate plastics from food waste while naturally breaking down food particles
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) asked the European Union to support aviation's energy transition to sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) as part of the bloc's Green Deal, being launched tomorrow.