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The airport industry aims for carbon-neutral growth from 2020 and beyond, and a 50 percent reduction of net aviation CO2 emissions by 2050 The airport industry aims for carbon-neutral growth from 2020 and beyond, and a 50 percent reduction of net aviation CO2 emissions by 2050

Neste and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Collaborate

Renewable products producer Neste and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport are collaborating in an effort to reduce air pollution, particularly carbon dioxide emissions, from aircraft.

Both parties share the view that environmental awareness is growing globally and actions to combat climate change are needed in aviation, the fastest growing means of transport in the world today.

The partners are planning to explore opportunities for the use of renewable jet fuel, as well as investigate additional ways to enhance the sustainability efforts of the Airport. Also, they will investigate logistics and supply chain options to lay the groundwork for establishing a potential renewable jet fuel supply at the airport.

The aviation industry has set ambitious targets to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from air transportation.