KLM last week signed an agreement with Wereld Natuur Fonds (the Dutch branch of the World Wildlife Fund) to "achieve CO2-neutral growth in comparison with 2007" by offsetting approximately 4 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions in the next four years through "emission reduction and compensation." The carrier said the agreement is the first of its kind in the industry. Through fleet modernization and reduced fuel consumption, KLM said it will reduce emissions per passenger by 3% by ...

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