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Is Renewable Diesel The Way Forward For The U.S. Aviation Industry?

Air travel is one of the leading factors contributing towards the increase in environmental pollution. Airplane exhaust contains a variety of air pollutants, such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen oxides. By creating the greenhouse effect, these gases lead to global warming and consequently, cause immense damage to the atmosphere. Further, these gases break […]
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