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Covid-19 ‘a minor market perturbation’ compared to economic impact of climate change – Stuff.co.nz

In the wake of Covid-19 it’s increasingly clear more needs to be done around sustainable fuels over the next decade, Greg Foran says.

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Covid-19 will look like minor blip on the global economy compared the nightmare that is climate change.
That is the view of British sustainability writer Sir Jonathon Porritt, who chairs Air New Zealands sustainability advisory panel.
His words are bound to send a shiver down the spine of Air New Zealand, considering the devastating impact Covid-19 has had on its business and aviation as a whole.
The global airline industry is estimated to be burning through almost US$13 billion (NZ$19b) a month,…

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