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Novo Nordisk enters 8-year long partnership with sustainable aviation fuel firm

Dutch sustainable aviation fuel firm Skynrg has inked an 8-year long deal with Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk to reduce CO2 emissions from air freight.

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On Wednesday, Dutch sustainable aviation fuel firm Skynrg announces that Danish pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk has joined its program to reduce CO2 emissions from air freight, a press release reports.

The program in question, dubbed ”Board Now,” aims to help reduce firms’ carbon footprint from air transportation by flying on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), which is a low-carbon substitute for fossil-based jet fuel. Novo Nordisk is the first healthcare company under the program and joins as Board Now leader, the highest membership level.

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