Climate and Nature

7 factors to consider on your first sustainable aviation fuel offtake

An aeroplane refuelling, illustrating the need to switch to sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)

Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) must take off to help the aviation sector reach net zero Image: Photo by Vitor Paladini on Unsplash

Laia Barbarà
Acting Head, Climate Strategy, World Economic Forum
Rosa Esi Ennison
Project Specialist, Shaping the Future of Mobility, World Economic Forum
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Figure 1 ICAO Tracker of SAF Offtake Agreements Image: ICAO


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