Airbus Paris Agreement
April 8th, 2021
April 8th, 2021
For 15 years, faced with the urgent need to reduce CHARBON emissions under the Paris climate agreement, as may seem long for research and development, the treatment and storage of clean hydrogen require the resolution of a number of complex technical challenges. Three early design concepts that the company is studying would allow hydrogen and oxygenated fuel to be released and would have no exhaust gases. But that doesn`t mean they won`t affect the climate at all. Our work in electric flight has laid the foundation for our future emission-free commercial aircraft, the name ZEROe. We are now looking at a variety of hybrid electric technology and hydrogen options. Our approach is not only ambitious, but rather a seismic change for our industry. Faury says the fight against climate change – “the greatest challenge of our time” requires a “rapid transformation of everything,” which depends on the urgent injection of large volumes of capital. But such investments are limited because many borders remain closed, he says. His comments point to the pressure on the sector, which is under pressure, on the one hand, by the devastating effects of continued border restrictions in the midst of the Covid 19 crisis and, on the other, by the growing calls for businesses to sustain themselves and to look towards a more environmentally friendly economy after the pandemic. Citing the European aircraft manufacturer`s goal of building “the world`s first emissions-free commercial aircraft” by 2035, Faury says the aviation industry is “entering a phase of innovation that has adapted to anything since the beginning of air traffic.” He wants this story to lead the debate, in addition to the benefits of commercial aviation, which he describes as support for “more than 80 million jobs worldwide” and the association of “people, cultures and businesses”. The airlines announces three different concepts with the goal of entering the skies by 2035 The final design will depend on the inputs of the airlines and in return the interest of passengers for low carbon flights, she said.
In the coming decades, the shift from traditional fossil gas to hydrogen is expected to help reduce the carbon footprint of the transportation sector, heavy industry and even heating and cooking fields, as governments work to build carbon-neutral economies. Aviation has given us the opportunity to explore the four corners of the globe. Connect to friends and meet others — everywhere. Feel the thrill of seeing our world at 30,000 feet. However, environmental activists say time is running out to keep global temperatures above pre-industrial levels as part of the Paris Agreement`s promise of 1.5 to 2 degrees Celsius. They say measures should be taken to reduce the number of flights, while new technologies are being developed to reduce CO2 emissions from aviation.