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Transition to RNG in Canada’s North seen as viable option in transportation sector

With the transportation sector creating the most emissions, the transition to biodiesel and renewable natural gas is seen as a viable option for the North.

IATA: Focus on sustainable aviation fuel – not taxation – in Fit for 55 proposal

Taxation to motivate change is punitive, the IATA believes, suggesting the EU focuses on SAF production incentives.

The future of the airline industry’s dependency on fossil fuels

Can the airline industry live without fossil fuels? An article published on the baystreet.ca website takes an in-depth look at answering the question.

Scientists cite four G20 countries for their continued reliance on fossil fuels

The lead researcher for the Paris Equity Tracker analysis says major economies aren’t doing their part to tackle the climate crisis, leaving the door open for more heat waves, flooding and other catastrophic weather events.

Boeing’s jets to be powered by 100 per cent SAF by 2030: chief executive

In the company’s first-ever sustainability report, Boeing chief executive Dave Calhoun said the company plans to significantly reduce its environmental impact during each stage of the product’s lifespan.
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On the path to fit for 55

The European Commission released the Fit for 55 package of proposals to make the EU’s climate, energy, land use, transport and taxation policies fit for reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 per cent by 2030, compared to 1990 levels. » Read more...

Toronto’s green bin waste to help produce renewable natural gas for heat, vehicle power

The city will be working with Enbridge Gas and the Dufferin Solid Waste Management Facility, with operations set to begin in the coming weeks. » Read more...
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