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3 ways we can keep flying with zero-carbon emissions

Passenger-carrying aircraft mid-flight.

Aviation causes lots of pollution. Steps must be taken to reduce the impact. Image: John McArthur/Unsplash

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Global carbon dioxide emissions from aviation.
Much more needs to be done to reduce CO2 emissions from aviation. Image: Our World in Data
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Concepts that could be the future of flying - biofuel.
Biofuel is already available at airports. Image: BP

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Concepts that could be the future of flying - hydrogen.
The FlyZero hydrogen-powered airliner concept is designed to carry up to 280 passengers. Image: UK Department for Transport
Concepts that could be the future of flying - hydrogen.
The Airbus Zero-e concept fleet of zero-carbon hydrogen powered airliners. Image: Airbus

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