If the world’s plane flights were a country they would be in the top 10 of climate-change polluting nations. (source)
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is crafting policies to get the airline industry's climate problem under control.
In late 2021 the ICAO released an overview report of recent innovations to enable sustainable aviation.
Let’s hear what the CEOs of the world’s three largest airlines have to say about the report, and what each of their airlines are doing to become carbon neutral, by participating in a powerful THUNDERCLAP action.
Take a moment right now to copy and post the text below to your choice of social networks and ask these CEOs to publicly respond to the work of the ICAO. And to make even more of an impact, tag the CEO’s:
American Airlines- Twitter: @americanair
United- Twitter: @unitedairlines
Delta- Twitter: @Delta
Robert Isom (American), Ed Bastian (Delta), and Scott Kirby
(United): As CEO of one of the three biggest airlines, how do you feel about the ICAO report? How will your airlines become carbon neutral? And when? We don’t have time to wait..