UK aviation chiefs have signed up to a plan to deliver net zero emissions by 2050, pledging to accelerate the use of more efficient aircraft, modernise airspace and flight operations, and drive the market for low carbon fuels made from waste. Launching the new roadmap today to coincide with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s official kick off for the COP26 UN Climate Summit, the UK Sustainable Aviation coalition of major UK airlines, airports, manufacturers, air navigation service providers, and key business partners said it was confident it can cut carbon emissions while still accommodating the forecast 70 per cent growth in passenger numbers through to 2050.
Business Green 4th Feb 2020 read more »
Bus companies across Scotland are joining forces in a bid to reduce their carbon emission to net-zero over the next 10 years. The transport firms are working together to set out a vision for 2030 and hope to exceed the Scottish Government’s target to reduce emissions by 75 per cent by then.
Herald 4th Feb 2020 read more »