Aviation training giant CAE claims 'carbon neutrality' milestone

Cecilia Keating
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CAE flight simulators train pilots on the ground | Credit: CAE
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CAE flight simulators train pilots on the ground | Credit: CAE

Firm claims to have achieved the milestone through a combination of carbon offsets, renewable energy certificates, and absolute emissions reductions

Canadian aviation training giant CAE claims to have achieved 'carbon neutrality' across its business, combining an ongoing drive to slash its emissions with purchases of renewable energy certificates and...

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