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33. IATA welcomes UN Guidelines on Emissions Trading
IATA welcomes UN Guidelines on Emissions Trading. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the successful conclusion of a landmark two-week-long meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP). Most significantly, CAEP produced international consensus on guidance for states planning to incorp
34. Finnair Improves Carbon Disclosure and Emissions Reduction
The Carbon Disclosure Project has commended Finnair for its efforts to substantially by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving reporting capabilities, and recognizing the strategic business risks associated with climate change. In the CDP's Nordic Report 2011, Finnair earned a score of 76 out of 100, a strong improvement over its 2010 score of 61.
35. ATAG Calls on Governments to Support Net Zero Goal
The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) has adopted a long-term climate goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, confirming the commitment of the worlds airlines, airports, air traffic management and the makers of aircraft and engines to reduce CO2 emissions in support of the Paris Agreement 1.5C goal. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 7 October 2021.
36. Edmonton Int. Airport and Air Canada Working Together to Reduce Carbon Emissions
Edmonton International Airport (YEG) and Air Canada have signed an agreement to reduce carbon emissions and advance a green and more sustainable aviation sector. The YEG-Air Canada Sustainability Partnership aims to reduce the carbon impact of air travel with both organizations working together to test emerging green technologies at YEG's Airport City Sustainability Campus, an ecos
37. Cathay Pacific Pledges to Use SAF for 10% of Fuel Consumption by 2030
Cathay Pacific has reaffirmed its commitment to reaching net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 by pledging to use Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) for 10% of its total fuel consumption by 2030. Additionally, Cathay Pacific has already pledged to cut its absolute ground emissions by 32% from the 2018 baseline by 2030, through enhancing energy-saving measures and exploring renewable energ
38. China Airlines Tenth Airbus A350 Takes Off from Toulouse Using Sustainable Fuel
China Airlines is doing its part to help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by participating in a biofuel program being jointly developed by Airbus and Air TOTAL. The 10th China Airlines Airbus A350 aircraft, which took off for Taipei from Toulouse on Thursday, is using Sustainable Aviation/Alternative Fuels (SAF) to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by around 20,000 kg.
39. Etihad Airways Reduces Carbon Emissions with Research Flights from Australia
Etihad Airways has successfully reduced carbon emissions by a combined total of nine tonnes on two flights from Australia to Abu Dhabi. The savings were made as a result of cooperation between Etihad Airways and various air traffic control centres on the ground that enabled the aircraft, Airbus A340s, to fly routes that took advantage of prevailing jet streams.
40. Pacific Blue launches New Zealand Carbon Offset Program
Pacific Blue launches New Zealand Carbon Offset Program. New Zealand airline Pacific Blue today officially launched its carbon offset program as part of an integrated strategy to address greenhouse gas emissions. All monies collected from the scheme will go towards Government approved New Zealand projects to reduce carbon emissions. The airline is part of the Virgin Blue Airlines G

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