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Fuel efficiency

Our fuel efficiency programme covers every aspect of our airlines’ operations and has saved over 200,000 tonnes CO2emissions in the last three years. Find out how we’ve achieved this and what else is planned here:

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Sustainable aviation fuels

IAG has committed to invest $400m in sustainable aviation fuels over the next 20 years. Hear more about our commitment to sustainable aviation fuels and our UK waste-to-jet fuel project here:

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British Airways Future of Fuels Challenge

British Airways’ BA 2119: Future of Fuels Challenge invited UK universities to develop innovative solutions to enable the UK to lead in the development and production of sustainable aviation fuels. Find out more about the competition and winning entries here:

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Carbon Fund

In 2011 British Airways and Pure Leapfrog came together to create the Carbon Fund, a voluntary scheme for British Airways’ customers to mitigate the climate impact of their journey at the point of booking on ba.com.

Customer donations have funded projects ranging from solar panels on schools and community buildings to new solar powered water pumps in Kenya. Over 36 community energy projects have been supported, delivering over £2.5 million worth of lifetime community benefits and impacting the lives more than 390,000 people across the UK and in Africa.

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CORSIA

The carbon offsetting and reduction scheme for international aviation

CORSIA is the first ever global sectoral scheme to tackle climate change. It provides the mechanism for aviation to achieve our goals of carbon neutral growth from 2020 and a net reduction of 50% CO2 by 2050. It is a landmark achievement, not just for aviation, but also for the global carbon market and we are proud of the significant role that IAG and our airlines have played in securing it.

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Waste

We are working with our suppliers to reduce unnecessary waste and single use plastics on board our aircraft as well as in our ground operations and across our offices.

The EU LIFE+ Zero Cabin Waste project led by Iberia is establishing principles for sustainable cabin waste management. The results of this groundbreaking project will be rolled out to other airlines and airports and will inform a new IATA guidance manual, helping improve cabin waste management across the aviation industry.