Australian and New Zealand could be self sufficient in biomass for the aviation industry by 2050, according to a new study released last month. The wide ranging study was conducted by the Australian CSIRO, that country’s peak scientific organization, on behalf of the Australasian grouping of the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group, including Air New Zealand, Boeing, Qantas and Virgin Australia, together with the Defence Science and Technology Organization. The study found that ...

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