Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Swiss scientists are making jet fuel from sunlight and air

The IATA believes sustainable jet fuel will need to play a substantial role in achieving the global target of net CO2 emissions by 2050. Image: UNSPLASH/Eva Darron

Johnny Wood

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Sustainable aviation fuels are a key part of the industry’s plans to decarbonize. Image: IEA
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