Carbon Neutral Airlines


Even airlines are getting into the green movement.

Silverjet, a new British airline, bills itself as the first carbon-neutral airline.

The all-business-class, London-to-New York carrier includes a mandatory carbon offset contribution in the ticket price, which is invested by Silverjet’s partner, The CarbonNeutral Co., a London-based climate

For every ton of carbon dioxide that the flight emits, one ton is saved through climate-friendly projects around the world that The CarbonNeutral Co. invests in. One such project, for example, is a New Zealand wind farm.

Delta Air Lines is also going green.

The airline implement a voluntary carbon-offset program, making it the first U.S. carrier to do so. Customers booking tickets through will be able to make a donation to fund the planting of trees in sustainable, managed forests around the world through Delta’s partnership with The Conservation Fund. These trees help offset carbon emissions by absorbing carbon emissions from the atmosphere.

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Miona Milic
More than 10 years in events industry, as a project manager, content developer, offline and internet marketing campaigns, event manager for SEEbtm party, Editor-in-Chief of SEEbtm magazine… Professionalism, constant learning and personal, such as business upgrading, finds essential for success. Creativity in all fields is very important to her. Love to be physically active, travel, meet people and have a good time. But, beside everything, the greatest accomplishment and most important thing for her is being a MOM.


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