Established in 2019, the Clean Skies for Tomorrow initiative (CST) is a global, cross-value-chain coalition working to facilitate the transition to net-zero flying by 2050. In partnership with ambitious leaders from industry, government, and civil society, this public-private-partnership is driving a shift to zero-emissions aviation through sustainable aviation fuels, other emissions mitigating technologies, and emissions abatement investments.
Stakeholders work together to overcome the chicken-and-egg scenario in which producers and consumers are both either unwilling or unable to carry the initial cost burden of investments required in new technologies to reach a scale where they are competitive with existing fossil fuel-derived options. Members are collectively advancing the commercial scale of viable SAF production for broad adoption by 2030, through supply, demand, policy, and financial levers.
The Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition is led by the World Economic Forum, the Rocky Mountain Institute, and the Energy Transitions Commission.
A community dedicated to supporting the transition to net-zero aviation by bringing together a coalition that will accelerate the supply and use of SAF technologies.
The main stakeholders along the aviation value chain join forces to reach 10% SAF by 2030, emphasizing our commitment to the planet and prosperity.
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