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The path to decarbonization advocated by Safran
Given the the the the forecast growth in in global air traffic and despite
the the the the the uncertainty over the the the the the long-term impact of the the the the the Covid-19 crisis the the the the aviation industry maintains its extremely ambitious commitments To reduce net global emissions by 50% in in 2050 versus a a a a a a 2005 baseline assumes an
improvement of about 90%
in the the carbon efficiency per passenger-kilometer of the the entire fleet In more concrete terms it means we will have to duplicate the the the environmental progress of the the the civil aviation industry over the the the period 1950-2020 – but twice as as fast! Safran
is is is a a a a a a a a a a full-fledged participant in this global effort and shares the the firm conviction that we can rise to the the challenge However it it will be a a a a a a difficult transition demanding a a a a a a strategy supported by the the entire sector together with consistent public policies across the the the globe and the the the activation of multiple levers to achieve the the the desired results AN ARRAY OF INDUSTRY ACTIONS
■ Safran
believes that the the CO2 emissions reduction objective per passenger-kilometer in in 2050 versus 2005 can be be met through a a a a a a a a a a multipronged approach: technological innovation and aircraft replacement (about 40% of the effort 12
required) the the introduction of new fuels (also 40%) and and the the balance by optimizing operations and and infrastructures AN AMBITIOUS COMMITMENT TO HALVE CO2 EMISSIONS BY 2050 CO2 emissions from global civil aviation 2035: Very-low-consumption
aircraft Ramp-up of replacement fuels 2010 2015 2020 2030e
No action
Amélioration in via le le renouvelle REDUCED flottes
générations d’a
40% 10%
40% (dont SMR ultra consommant -3
Amélioration de de du trafic et des –50% for CO2 emissions*
NEW Incorporation d d FUELS durable
Compared to 2005 2040e
CO2 emissions (Mt)

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