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The airline industry produces 2%-3% of the global output of CO2. KLM is convinced that sustainable aviation is possible, which is why it has adopted a pioneering role in the airline industry aimed at pushing back climate change.

KLM has an extensive range of measures and initiatives in place to achieve this. Important elements are adjustments to the fleet, fuel-efficient flight and compensation. KLM is committed to developing biofuels in the midterm.

KLM also stimulates and supports scientific research into new technologies and the development of the aircraft of the future.

 

 

Unique Partnership

The WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) has already designated KLM as ‘Best in Class’, but we have also entered into a groundbreaking partnership with the Dutch chapter aimed at cutting CO2 emissions even further to contribute to climate control. KLM has also included WWF nature preservation projects in its Destination Nature programme.

More at www.klm.com/csr.

 
Publication date : 21 January 2011