Gol airline vows to zero carbon emissions by 2050

The Brazilian airline is the first in Latin America to set a goal to neutralize the pollutant.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Gol used Earth Day to announce an ambitious pledge: to zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 - it was the first commitment in this direction made by an airline company in Latin America. To achieve this, investments will be made in new technologies, including the production of sustainable fuels; in addition to operational, infrastructure and logistics improvements.

Airplanes are in the sights of several governments to reduce pollution levels and, in the case of France, flights have been banned for journeys that take up to two and a half hours by train. According to data from the . . .

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