How is aviation seeking to clean up?

Aviation will come under scrutiny during the upcoming COP26 climate summit, but will the meeting carry any weight? How is aviation seeking to clean up? Mark Broadbent reports

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Sustainable aviation fuels are one way the industry is aiming to be greener
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While there are some doubts over whether a face-to-face gathering is likely, given the rise in COVID-19 cases, planning continues for more than 190 world leaders to fly into Glasgow, Scotland for the United Nations’ 26th annual Climate Change Conference, COP26 (Conference of the Parties). Negotiators and government representatives will gather from October 31 to November 12, 2021 for what the United Nations (UN) calls “the best last chance to get runaway climate change under control”.

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