(Re)Fuelling Flight: A vision of the sustainable aviation fuels of the future

Bron: Transport & Environment


If aviation is to decarbonise by 2050, we need a strong aviation fuel policy. With the European Union set to unveil targets for sustainable aviation fuel in 2021, a group of major European aviation companies, as well as research organisations and environmental groups, are calling for a more stringent approach to sustainability.

Beeld: Transport & Environment

Please join us for our rearranged webinar (Re)Fuelling Flight to learn how we can ensure aviation uses only the most sustainable fuels to future-proof the sector. The event will be hosted by MEP Johan Danielsson, member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism and S&D coordinator. Key questions to explore:

  • Is the current EU policy approach fit for ensuring sustainability in future?

  • What does this mean for investments by airlines, airports and fuel suppliers?

  • What lessons can we learn from the past?

Speakers include:

  • Johan Danielsson, member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism

  • Pascal Canfin, Chair of the European Parliament’s Environment Committee

  • Pete Harrison, Executive Director for EU Policy at the European Climate Foundation

  • Andrew Murphy, Director of Aviation at Transport & Environment

  • Ruben Alblas, Manager Public Affairs, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

  • Maarten van Dijk, Managing Director of SkyNRG

  • Denise Pronk, Manager Corporate Responsibility, Schipol

  • Filip Cornelis, Director for Aviation, European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport

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(Re)Fuelling Flight: A vision of the sustainable aviation fuels of the future 12/05/2021