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Follow ➡️@cnnclimate ➡️ The company International Airlines Group, which owns British Airways, Aer Lingus and Iberia, announced on Thursday that it will remove or offset all carbon emissions from its fleet of over 570 aircraft by 2050. IAG said it would replace older aircraft, invest in sustainable jet fuel and develop technology that removes CO2 from the atmosphere as part of the pledge. Its flagship carrier, British Airways, will also offset all carbon emissions produced by its domestic flights starting next year by investing in solar energy products and planting trees in South America, Africa and Asia. (📸: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg/Getty Images)



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  1. By 2050? Listen to that load of bs. 2050 won’t help us. We’re 10 years too late already. 2050 is another way of saying “fuck you Earth, suck it up for another 30 years.”

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