We have some exciting news to share in advance with you, loyal newsletter follower. Our second Kinder Conversation on airplanes and climate change will be held on Monday the 17th of June, from 6.30 to 9 pm, at TQ, in Amsterdam. It's just a month from now!
Titled "The Sky Has a Limit", the Conversation will address the issue of increasing CO2 emissions from the civil aviation industry and possible ways to solve the problem.
Stay tuned for an official invitation next week!
Not in Amsterdam? There's no need to fly all the way here, we'll also give you the possibility to enjoy our event from the comfort of your home.
Is an eco-friendly aviation industry possible?
Your Reader's Digest about the world of sustainable aviation:
- For better and for worse, academic researchers have been flying for a long time. It's time they started flying less [Kinder World]
- The Scottish government has dropped controversial plans to cut its taxes on aviation after Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon declared last week that the world faces a climate emergency [The Guardian]
- In Scotland, scientists from Heriot-Watt University are working to make "the aviation fuel of the future". The fuel is made from waste wooden pellets which are heated, turned into a gas and mixed with other ingredients. It appears that the country is at the forefront of sustainable aviation [BBC News]
- British Airways CEO Alex Cruz said that "there are no silver bullets for civil aviation to tackle climate change." What it's needed, "are a plethora of collaborative solutions." [Edie]
- A leaked study from the European Commission has found that imposing taxes on aviation fuel would reduce the sector's carbon emissions by 11 percent and have a "negligible" impact on employment and the economy [Euronews]
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That's all from me, fly responsibly!
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