BioFuels Journal bi-monthly magazine, based in Decatur, Illinois, serving the ethanol and biodiesel industries of North America. The focus of the publication is production and research, with an increasing emphasis on advanced biofuels. The magazine launched its webinar series in 2007 and its annual Ethanol Research workshop in 2008. Our website, www.biofuelsjournal.com, also publishes original content such as podcasts and videos interviews with industry leaders and timely biofuels news event coverage.
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Biofuel Review is an online news magazine covering the politics, commerce and technology of the rapidly expanding biofuels market. Based in the UK, but read around the world, the title has grown in strength over the past three years and is now one of the leading providers of news and information for the industry.
GreenAir Online is an independent online source of up-to-date news and information covering aviation's impact on the environment. It covers all the current issues facing the industry including alternative fuels, emissions trading, technology developments and government and international policy.
just4airlines.com is a growing online media company established in Malaysia with offices in both Malaysia and the UK. It provides web-based news & travel information and event management services to the world airline industry. The company draws on its founders' expertise acquired with industry leaders such as BOAC, British Airways, IATA, and Canadian Pacific. just4airlines.com popular newsletter reaches over 110,000 aviation professionals every week and has a comprehensive aviation industry event calendar.
What is ASPIRE?
Airservices Australia, Airways New Zealand and the Federal Aviation Administration joined forces to create the Asia & South Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (ASPIRE).
The joint venture is designed to lessen the environmental impact of aviation across Asia and the South Pacific with each partner to focus on developing ideas that contribute to improved environmental standards and operational procedures in aviation.
With aviation activity increasing all the time, ASPIRE is about raising the industry’s environmental performance in reducing fuel burn and carbon dioxide emissions.
The agreement, will showcase the region’s leadership in global aviation emissions reductions by exploring improvements to operational procedures in all aspects of flight to improve on current best practices and existing technologies.
It is expected that ASPIRE will provide the means to measure the environmental performance of current air transport systems in the region and guide the development of long term actions to minimise the aviation industry’s impact on the South Pacific.
The ASPIRE agreement was signed in Singapore on February 18, 2008 by the Chief Executive Officers of Airservices Australia and Airways New Zealand, Mr Greg Russell and Mr Ashley Smout and the Acting Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, Mr Robert Sturgell.
Since the group has been established three demonstration flights have been successfully undertaken to gather data and understanding of what is required to implement special emission savings procedures in the near future.
Emission savings per flight across the pacific ranged from 11,000 – 24,000 kg of CO2.
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The International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA) was established in 1974 following the establishment of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). IPIECA provides one of the industry’s principal channels of communication with the United Nations.
IPIECA is the single global association representing both the upstream and downstream oil and gas industry on key global environmental and social issues. IPIECA’s programme takes full account of international developments in these issues, serving as a forum for discussion and cooperation involving industry and international organisations.
IPIECA aims to develop and promote scientifically-sound, cost-effective, practical, socially and economically acceptable solutions to global environmental and social issues pertaining to the oil and gas industry. IPIECA is not a lobbying organisation, but provides a forum for encouraging continuous improvement of industry performance.