The Dutch carrier has enlisted help from corporates and NGOs as it pushes the envelope on sustainable fuels

KLM recognised that sustainability would be an issue with biofuels from its demonstration flight in 2009, says Fokko Kroesen corporate manager for environmental strategy. The Dutch carrier set up a joint venture, SkyNRG, to source biofuels that meet strict sustainability criteria, including for food security and biodiversity. SkyNRG is...

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