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2023: The Warmest Year Ever

Considering record-breaking temperatures and escalating climate crises, the urgency to combat climate change has never been more pressing. With the aviation industry under scrutiny for its environmental impact, we recognise the need for decisive action to mitigate emissions and safeguard our planet's future.

As the airline industry faces mounting pressure to address climate concerns, there is a growing commitment to achieving net zero emissions by 2050. Initiatives such as the All4Zero alliance's call for startups and SMEs to contribute to emission reduction projects underscore the industry's dedication to sustainable practices.

In Spain, where climate change impacts are increasingly evident, measures to combat forest fires and extreme weather events are imperative. The airline industry can play a crucial role in prevention efforts by extending firefighting campaigns and investing in innovative technologies.

Manufacturers like Airbus and Boeing are spearheading emission neutrality plans, with ambitious targets to develop hydrogen-powered and eco-friendly aircraft. Through collaborations with organisations like NASA, groundbreaking prototypes such as the X-66A demonstrate a commitment to revolutionising air travel.

Furthermore, airlines are prioritising fleet renewal to reduce fuel consumption while also embracing Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) to minimise emissions. However, achieving sustainability goals requires collaborative efforts from governments and industry stakeholders.

Brookfield Aviation International advocates for greater public collaboration and government support to incentivise the use of SAF fuels and fund research and development for eco-friendly technologies. With substantial investments from the private sector, achieving net zero emissions by 2050 is within reach, but decisive action and policy support are essential.


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