United Technologies: Why the journey to greener aviation starts on the ground

Michael Holder
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United Technologies: Why the journey to greener aviation starts on the ground

US aerospace giant's chief sustainability officer John Mandyck highlights role of global airports and factories in cutting sector's emissions

Much was made of the historic international agreement last year to limit global aviation emissions, when 191 countries for the first time agreed that airlines would have to buy offset credits in order...

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