Qantas signs carbon credit deal including sustainable fuels output, sets 2030 emissions target

Published 06:47 on March 31, 2022  /  Last updated at 06:51 on March 31, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Nature-based, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Australian airline Qantas has signed an agreement with ANZ bank and Japanese oil and gas firm Inpex to evaluate a large-scale integrated reforestation and carbon farming programme that will generate offsets to help meet the airline’s emissions targets and provide a source of renewable biofuels production, the company announced on Thursday.

Australian airline Qantas has signed an agreement with ANZ bank and Japanese oil and gas firm Inpex to evaluate a large-scale integrated reforestation and carbon farming programme that will generate offsets to help meet the airline’s emissions targets and provide a source of renewable biofuels production, the company announced on Thursday.

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