With many considerations happening in our infrastructure and transportation goals on land, we must also think about the aviation realm. Recently the United States has made plans to enact policies such as the Bipartisan Infrastructure deal and regulations made by EPA in order to standardized the reduction of emissions around us. But what policies are they using for the air, The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) are responsible for this. The International Civil Aviation Organization was established in 1947 as a specialized agency of the United Nations that is responsible for creating new policies to deter aviation terrorism as well as a agency that heavily promotes the decarbonization of aviation field.
What is Algae and Jatropa? Algae is a group of aquatic organisms by the name photosynthetic eukaryotic. They are processed though desiccation in order to obtain biomass/bio oil, which is then used to create bio-fuel.
Jatropa is a evergreen tree found in tropical and subtropical areas such as Florida and Guatemala. The process of Jatropa bio-fuel is started from the seeds, where the oil is then made into bio-fuel.
Recently scientist by the names of Pawlak, M. and Kuźniar, M has looked closely into furthering this process with in depth statistics on how it compares to current fuel systems. To learn more about Pawlak, M. and Kuźniar, M studies visit https://www.azocleantech.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=1558 .