Net-zero aviation requires ‘enormous’ amount of agricultural land or renewables
A huge amount of agricultural land or renewable electricity would be required to produce the sustainable fuel needed to deliver net-zero emissions for the UK’s aviation sector.That is according to a new report from the Royal Society, which warns that there is “no single, clear, sustainable alternative to jet fuel” able to support flying at today’s levels with net-zero emiss
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