‘The pandemic proved we can’t continue to live the way we’re living’

HIVED’s Murvah Iqbal spoke to future Net Zero about her company’s mission for 100% zero-emission parcel deliveries and how the demands of the last year on the sector has shown this to be a necessity

Tanker shipping company Stena Bulk targets net zero emissions by 2050

It has underlined the requirement to start transitioning to a more sustainable fleet, with plans to launch the first of three carbon neutral ready, methanol-fuelled vessels

Mercedes-Benz and Siemens team up for sustainable automotive production

The car manufacturer aims to digitise its production processes, with Siemens bringing its expertise and technologies to the partnership to develop highly flexible and efficient automotive production

Total begins producing sustainable aviation fuel in France

The biojet fuel, made from used cooking oil, will be delivered to French airports starting in April 2021

Shell invests in US sustainable aviation fuel start-up LanzaJet

The investment comes as the company continues its work to develop the first Alcohol-to-Jet facility of its kind, a commercial-scale plant with 10m gallons per year capacity

Calls to ban SUVs as carbon-intensive cars clog city streets

The New Weather Institute says SUV advertising should be banned, in much the same way tobacco advertising has been outlawed in the interest of public health

Polestar commits to creating carbon-neutral car – without offsetting

The company claims it will move to a genuinely emissions-free process, rather than relying on the ‘cop-out’ of carbon offsetting

JetBlue commits to achieving net zero emissions by 2040

The airline has set environmental targets and aims to reduce its direct emissions using sustainable fuels, recyclable plastics and the introduction of more electric service vehicles

Major US airlines soar towards net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Airlines for America members plan to work with the government and other stakeholders towards a rapid expansion of the production and deployment of commercially viable sustainable aviation fuel

Rolls-Royce starts work on ‘world’s largest’ aerospace engine for more efficient flights

The technology is designed to offer a 25% fuel efficiency improvement compared with the company’s first-generation engine