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As more developments around Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) unfold, the impact that non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have in influencing the pace of change is more important than ever. In the process of decarbonizing the aviation industry, various regulatory bodies, institutions, airlines, corporate companies and policy makers need to collaborate and support one another. This is where […]Read article
Article after article after article are making one thing clear: business travel is bound to return, but it won’t look the same. Issues like who should be traveling and how to reduce business travel emissions are becoming hotly debated. Companies are being confronted with facts about business travel that were previously suspected but never confirmed – such as there are significant […]Read article
Part of what makes Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) sustainable is ensuring sustainability in its supply chain. Transporting SAF to a specific airport or flight is not always possible and could lead to higher GHG emissions. The Book and Claim system provides a solution for these situations. We will be breaking down what a Book and Claim system is, and how it relates to SAF purchases. The Book & Claim model is a common practice where a sustainability claim made […]Read article
Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is seen as one of the most promising short-term solutions for decarbonizing the aviation sector, which currently accounts for 2-3% of manmade emissions globally. This is because as a “drop-in fuel”, SAF can be mixed with fossil kerosene and used in existing aircraft engines and infrastructure. Despite the significant decrease in air travel in 2020 due to COVID-19, it is expected that air traffic, including business travel, will recover rapidly.1 Currently, SAF is two to five times more expensive than fossil […]Read article
In the past year, aviation almost came to a standstill. Holidays remained un-booked and business travel decreased by 95% in early 2020.1 Many corporates barely flew in the past year, but as things start returning to the old (or new!) normal, this is an opportunity to center sustainability and rethink travel policies. As corporates make plans to resume travel, we’ve seen several businesses start to focus on their Scope 3 air travel and cargo emissions, making it […]Read article
The terminology used in the SAF world can be baffling at times, especially for people who are just starting to learn about these fuels. New terms, acronyms and projects are created all the time, especially since the industry is still developing. In this glossary you can find the most up-to-date definitions of the terms we use […]Read article
You may have heard about Sustainable Aviation Fuel, but still don’t fully comprehend what it is or how it works. This blog will highlight the top 6 things you didn’t know about Sustainable Aviation Fuel (or as we like to call it: SAF).Read article