US airline JetBlue scales back VER purchases to focus on nature-based credits, operational improvements

Published 23:41 on December 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 00:41 on December 7, 2022  /  Americas, Aviation/CORSIA, International, Nature-based, US, Voluntary  /  2 Comments

Low-cost airline JetBlue on Tuesday announced it will next year end its strategy to automatically offset emissions from all domestic flights, and instead invest that capital in destination-specific nature-based carbon credits and reducing GHGs from its own operations.

Low-cost airline JetBlue on Tuesday announced it will next year end its strategy to automatically offset emissions from all domestic flights, and instead invest that capital in destination-specific nature-based carbon credits and reducing GHGs from its own operations.

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