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Microsoft to buy jet fuel made with waste oil for Alaska Airlines in climate pledge – CNBC

Microsoft is planning to buy alternative jet fuel for Alaska Airlines in an effort to offset business-travel emissions.

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Microsoft on Thursday said it plans to buy alternative jet fuel for some Alaska Airlines flights, the technology giant’s latest effort to reduce carbon emissions, this time those generated by its frequent business travel.
The pandemic has devastated air travel demand, particularly for lucrative business trips, but even the maker of the Teams video conferencing app is preparing for a rebound.
“We believe that as we return to the skies, the travel routes we’ve had … will resume at the level they…

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