The Two-Faces of Sustainable Aviation Fuel: The Only Way But Not Ready for Take-Off

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LONDON - “If working apart we are a force powerful enough to destabilize our planet, surely working together we are powerful enough to save it,” Sir David Attenborough told the COP26 in Glasgow. However, the climate summit found itself at the center of controversy since, according to WingX's data, it brought 118 bizjets to Scotland, registering an increase in arrivals of 525 percent compared to the week before (WingX, 2021). A preliminary assessment shows that the carbon emissions for COP26 were expected to reach the equivalent of 102,500 tonnes of carbon dioxide, of which the majority (60 percent) from international aviation (UKCop26.org, 2021).                  Aviation environmental sustainability is a two-f
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Alessio Olivetti

UK-based journalist, analyst, private pilot.

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