Cathay Pacific Airways has made a strategic equity investment in California-based sustainable biofuel developer Fulcrum BioEnergy as part of the airline’s biofuel strategy and to help it achieve a target of carbon-neutral growth from 2020. Fulcrum converts municipal solid waste into sustainable aviation fuel or biojet fuel. Cathay Pacific is Fulcrum’s first airline investor and has an option for further investment. The Hong Kong-based airline has also negotiated a long-term ...

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