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65. Thai Airways launches Carbon Offset Programme
Thai Airways launches Carbon Offset Programme. When customers book TG online, they can check the level of emissions created by their flight and make a financial contribution that will be devoted exclusively to the officially approved renewable energy projects worldwide such as: Thailands Biogas Waste Heat Based project in Nakorn Ratchasima, Jordans Fuel Switching at Aqaba Thermal
66. Qantas Partners BP to Advance Shared Net Zero Ambitions
Qantas has entered into a strategic partnership with BP to further advance their shared net zero ambitions. Through the collaboration, the companies will work together on opportunities to reduce carbon emissions in the aviation sector and contribute to the development of a sustainable aviation fuel industry in Australia. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 28 January 2021.
67. Airport Council International Certifies Munich Airports CO2 Savings
Airport Council International Certifies Munich Airports CO2 Savings. Airport Council International (ACI Europe), an umbrella organization of European airports, has officially certified Munich Airport's successful measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The Level 3 accreditation granted to the airport corresponds to the Optimization performance level.
68. AIME to Reduce and Offset Carbon Footprint
AIME to Reduce and Offset Carbon Footprint. AIME will reduce waste, paper and transport and encourage exhibitors, hosted buyers and exhibitors to become more mindful of their responsibility to contribute to a greener event. Where emissions cannot be directly reduced, they will be compensated for by purchasing the highest quality carbon credits thereby supporting renewable energy.
69. British Airways Invests in Future of Hydrogen-Electric Aircraft with ZeroAvia
British Airways and a group of investors including Horizons Ventures, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, Ecosystem Integrity Fund, Summa Equity, Shell Ventures, and SYSTEMIQ have invested a total of US$24.3 million in ZeroAvia so that the company can accelerate the development of 50+ seater aircraft capable of running on zero emissions hydrogen-electric power. Published by TravelNewsAsi
70. IATA Welcomes ICAO's Decision on CORSIA
Originally, the CORSIA baseline calculation was agreed to be an average of 2019 and 2020 emissions. The ongoing and unprecedented COVID19 crisis has seen a precipitous drop in demand for air transport of more than half compared with 2019. As a result,
71. TAP launches IATAs Carbon Offset Program
TAP launches IATAs Carbon Offset Program. TAP is the launch airline for the IATA-administered and ready-made tool that enables airlines to offer their passengers the ability to compensate for their carbon emissions with contributions towards carbon reduction projects in developing countries.
72. Virgin Blue launches Carbon Offset Program
Virgin Blue launches Carbon Offset Program. Virgin Blue has today become the first airline in Australia to have a comprehensive and certified carbon offset program that forms part of its integrated strategy to address environmental impact issues, including greenhouse gas emissions. The program, which has been certified by the Australian Government under the Australian Greenhouse Of

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