Delta Air Lines Spends $100,000 Offsetting CO2 On CES Flights

Delta Air Lines has announced that it will spend $100,000 to offset the CO2 emissions from its CES 2020 flights. CEO Ed Bastian used his keynote address at the event to announce that the company would be offsetting its flights to and from Las Vegas for the week beginning 6th January 2020.

Delta is also channeling $2m into a study that would potentially produce biofuel out of debris from forest floors, as well as agreeing to purchase 10,000,000 gallons per year of renewable biofuels. These biofuels emit 75% fewer greenhouse gasses than conventional jet fuel.

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