Aviation today is responsible for 3.6% of the EU’s greenhouse gas emissions. Modern airplanes use kerosene as fuel, releasing harmful carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. But what if there was another way?
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Vladimir Putin had a meeting with the general manager of the Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation Alexei Likhachev. The CEO of the State Corporation informed the President of the company's activities and the implementation of major projects, including those related to the development of the northern sea route.
Food waste, garden cuttings, manure and even human wastewater can be transformed into solid biofuels for energy production and, if increased, could help match industrial demand for carbon with the need get rid of organic waste and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.