Study Looks at Biofuel for Flights Out of Sea-Tac


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Sea-Tac Airport could become one of the first major U.S. airports to start using biofuel for every flight that leaves its tarmac.

That’s the lofty goal that drove a study released yesterday on how to build the infrastructure needed to get aviation biofuel into Sea-Tac’s fuel supply.

Why It’s Still a Good Idea to Invest in Boeing

By Kate Ryan, Good Magazine

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The company is researching a cheap, salt-tolerant seaweed that could soon fuel our bodies, our cars, our jets—even a mission to Mars

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Grant Brings Science of Stormwater Pollution to Businesses

By Scott Weybright, Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences

Originally published by Washington State University.

Thanks to a $95,000 grant from Boeing, the Washington Stormwater Center will help businesses understand stormwater runoff regulations and why they’re essential to good stormwater management. The center plans to start creating the various outreach projects in January.

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Boeing, COMAC Expand Collaboration on Environmental Efficiency and Sustainable Growth

Boeing-COMAC Sustainable Aviation Technology Center to pursue mutually beneficial research in materials recycling, air travel for aging populations, workplace safety
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November 1, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (COMAC) today signed a new agreement to expand their joint research collaboration in support of the long-term sustainable growth of commercial aviation.

The two companies, which signed an initial collaboration agreement in March 2012, have been researching ways to improve aviation's fuel efficiency and greenhouse-gas emissions reduction, including sustainable aviation biofuel and air traffic management (ATM) efficiency.

Green Business: Utah Companies That Are Walking the Walk When it Comes to Sustainable Business

By Utah Business Staff

Utah Business has announced the winners of its Green Business Awards. This program honors the best green practices and efforts in Utah, recognizing companies, communities and individuals who are making strides in environmental sustainability.

Read more at Utah Business.

Boeing Wins Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles Award from National Business Group on Health

Boeing recognized with highest Platinum Award for one of the nation's best workforce well-being programs
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October 17, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Boeing [NYSE: BA] has been recognized by The National Business Group on Health for having one of the best workforce well-being programs in the nation.

Boeing’s Partnership with EdWeek Shows the Value of Basic Classroom Materials in STEM Education

Making STEM education accessible using basic classroom materials
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As part of Boeing’s ongoing 100 Days of Learning, the company and its educational partners took part of in an EdWeek webinar on September 28 at 2pm EST. This webinar discussed ways of using everyday, accessible classroom materials for STEM lessons.

Boeing Supports ICAO Adoption of Carbon-Offset System

Press Release

October 6, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Boeing [NYSE: BA] today released the following statement in response to the International Civil Aviation Organization's adoption of a carbon-offset system:

"Boeing commends the International Civil Aviation Organization for adopting a carbon-offset system for international aviation that will help the industry achieve its goal of reducing emissions.

Working Together for Stormwater Solutions in Puget Sound

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No one company, sector, or individual can solve important environmental issues like stormwater. Boeing, The Nature Conservancy, Washington Stormwater Center and Stewardship Partners have come together to invest in solutions where both people and nature can thrive.

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Boeing, AIMS Partner on Innovative Marine Technologies to Monitor Health of the Great Barrier Reef

World’s largest aerospace company and Australia’s premiere marine research agency collaborate to improve environmental monitoring
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September 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) signed a new five-year joint research agreement to develop and demonstrate advanced technologies that will better monitor the health of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and the coastal waters that impact its fragile marine ecosystem.


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