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Meet the visionary companies and organisations that are on their journey to create a healthier planet for our children and leading the way towards a sustainable future together.

  • Neste & Unilever reducing fossil fuels
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    Replacing virgin fossil sources of carbon and contributing to Unilever’s Carbon Rainbow

    The Carbon Rainbow is Unilever’s novel approach to diversify the carbon used in its cleaning and laundry product formulations. Non-renewable fossil sources of carbon (identified in the Carbon Rainbow as black carbon) will be replaced using captured CO2 (purple carbon), plants and biological sources (green carbon), marine sources such as algae (blue carbon), and carbon recovered from waste materials (grey carbon).

  • San fransico airport SAF
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    A climate quantum leap for the aviation industry

    San Francisco International Airport (SFO) set a goal to become the first triple zero airport - that is: net zero carbon, zero waste and net zero energy. The airport has made extraordinary strides to reduce its environmental impact, including its boldest step yet of becoming one of the first major airports in the country to enable a continuous supply of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) for all commercial, cargo and private aircraft operators.

  • Third expansion of a fermentation plant for enzyme manufacturing
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    Expansion of a fermentation plant for enzyme manufacturing

    ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS:
    Roal Ltd, a high-growth biotechnology company manufacturing industrial enzymes, wanted to expand their existing enzyme production plant in Rajamäki, Finland. Roal and Neste Engineering Solutions had been collaborating since 1991.

  • Jetflite ‒ a pioneer in sustainable charter aviation
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    Jetflite ‒ a pioneer in sustainable charter aviation

    Jetflite is a Finnish company that provides exclusive private jet charter services, air ambulance, aircraft management and maintenance services. In 50 years, Jetflite has emerged as one of the largest and most reliable charter operators in Northern Europe.

  • Groundbreaking cooperation to transform Japanese aviation industry
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    Groundbreaking cooperation to transform Japanese aviation industry

    All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan and with almost 80 international routes, it is also one of the most important airlines in Asia. The airline has a steadfast attitude towards sustainability, with great importance placed on environmental issues and fighting climate change.

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