Target: United Airlines CEO, Jeff Smisek
Goal: Commend the use of biofuel to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions.
United Airlines has introduced refined farm animal fats and feces as a safe method of powering aircraft, guaranteed to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions. The company has already invested tens of millions of dollars into the project, marking the largest investment in alternative fuel by an airline. Thank CEO Jeff Smisek for making the environment a top priority by investing in alternative sources of fuel.
In a deal struck with AltAir Fuel, a company specializing in biofuel, United will receive millions of gallons of the alternative source of fuel to partially power its aircraft. By utilizing farm waste, zero excess carbon will be released into the environment during flight. This will significantly cut down on levels of toxicity normally released into the air by aircraft.
With an estimated 5,000 flights taking off daily, United is one of the largest commercial airlines in the United States. This success bears the harsh reality of air pollution and the huge impact of aircraft on global warming. Suffice it to say, United has gone above and beyond by investing so much into a project that could see the decline of greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80 percent.
Please sign this petition to thank United Airlines for utilizing biofuel to positively impact the environment.
Dear Mr. Smisek,
As the airline industry grows and the need for aircraft increases, global warming has become a frequent and important topic of discussion. United Airlines has certainly taken this into account and is doing everything in its power to introduce safer alternatives to traditional jet fuel. I am thrilled to learn of United’s most recent deal to purchase millions of gallons in biofuel to offer a safe, environmentally friendly alternative.
This deal represents the company’s commitment to its customers and the environment. In this day and age, the need for aircraft has and continues to increase. There is simply no form of transportation as efficient as flight. This does, however, pose significant risks to our environment that can only be remedied by exploring alternative sources of fuel.
The use of farm waste as biofuel offers an excellent alternative that will always be readily available and takes an otherwise grotesque compound and puts it to excellent use. Should the initial tests prove successful, other airlines will surely follow suit, representing a huge shift in the airline industry that will benefit us all. Thank you for your role in the shift to biofuel by commercial airlines.
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