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Singapore Transport Minister Chee Hong Tat revealed a green initiative to transition all outgoing flights to utilise sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by 2026. This announcement came during the Changi Aviation Summit, a precursor to the Singapore Airshow. The city-state is committing to a 1% SAF usage target by 2026, with ambitions to elevate this figure … …

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There is no such thing as 'sustainable fuel', it's a PR exercise and not much more.  Somewhere in its production life cycle,  fossil fuels are involved, hence the extensive debate on electric cars, which are as damaging in 'whole life' terms as any other propulsion system. I wish the World would stop playing these silly virtue signaling games and concentrate their united efforts on truly revolutionary changes such as hydrogen and up dated nuclear propulsion systems. 

The last thing that I want to do on here is to start, or contribute to,  a debate on this subject, or climate change in general  bla bla bla,   as to be perfectly frank, the whole subject bores the hell out of me, so I just leave these comments for others to get bent out of shape about. 

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