Can flying go green? | The Economist

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Covid-19 has caused the worst crisis in aviation’s history. Is this the industry’s moment for a green reset—and which technologies offer the best hope?

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How air travel’s sudden collapse will reshape a trillion dollar industry: https://econ.st/3pRjirH

Why aren’t all commercial flights powered by sustainable fuel? https://econ.st/3b7MBC7

After many false starts, hydrogen power could now be widely used: https://econ.st/38gTNdo

Could hydrogen fuel offer a greener way to fly? Listen to our Babbage podcast: https://econ.st/35a66GD

How aircraft can save fuel by copying the way geese fly: https://econ.st/2KTg5sZ

Is the era of electric flight upon us? https://econ.st/3rWBe5V

How microbes in panda’s guts can help in biofuel production: https://econ.st/3pUyyEn

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