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A Chip Off the Old Block…Boeing Benefits From Geology Genealogy

Boeing environmental scientist is a restoration "rock" star
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Katie Moxley’s mom placed a rock hammer in her hand at age 10. It felt right. Little did she know that geology tool would end up chiseling her future as an environmental leader at Boeing.

Moxley went on to become a geologist and is now a Boeing restoration “rock” star in the Puget Sound. It all started with her mother, an elementary science teacher with Seattle Public Schools, introducing her young daughter to geology while taking extra science courses at the University of Washington.

Boeing Advances Biofuels, Recycling and Conservation

Boeing beats greenhouse gas reduction goal by 7.3% at work sites
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From building the most fuel-efficient aircraft on the market to finding a creative second life for excess carbon fiber, innovations, new technologies and worldwide environmental initiatives are driving Boeing’s progress toward a more sustainable future.

Clearing the Air: Boeing Helps Airlines Cut Emissions

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As aviation’s global fleet doubles over the next 20 years to meet passenger and cargo demand, the industry has committed to capping the growth of carbon emissions by 2020 and then cutting them to half of what they were in 2005 by 2050.

“Boeing is significantly supporting progress with our highly efficient airplanes and our work with industry partners to improve operational efficiency. We’re also a leader in fostering the development of sustainable aviation fuel,” said Sean Newsum, director of Commercial Airplanes environmental strategy.

Boeing's Environmental Strategy Highlighted at Black Engineer of the Year Awards

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Bryan Scott, Boeing vice president of Environment, Health & Safety presented awards to Boeing's 2019 Modern-Day Technology Leaders, while also reinforcing Boeing's commitment to the environment. Along with the importance of diversity inclusion, Scott said, "We are committed to cleaner water, air, and land. At Boeing, we do more than think about the future. We engineer it, we solve its problems, and we build it every day."

 

Boeing, ELG Carbon Fibre Find New Life for Airplane Structure Material in Groundbreaking Partnership

First-agreement of its kind will repurpose aerospace-grade composite material for making laptop cases, car parts and other products
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Boeing, ELG Carbon Fibre find new life for airplane structure material in groundbreaking partnership 

•First-agreement of its kind will repurpose aerospace-grade composite material for making laptop cases, car parts and other products
•Partnership will reduce solid waste by more than one million pounds a year

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Boeing, ELG Carbon Fibre find new life for airplane structure material in groundbreaking partnership 

•First-agreement of its kind will repurpose aerospace-grade composite material for making laptop cases, car parts and other products
•Partnership will reduce solid waste by more than one million pounds a year

Boeing Celebrates Energy Awareness Month by Sharing Conservation Tools

Conserving energy is good for the planet, its people and businesses
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SEATTLE, October 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Boeing will share a suite of energy-conservation promotional tools to help the International Aerospace Environmental Group – an aerospace nonprofit created to share innovative environmental solutions with the industry –  engage their employees to reduce energy consumption to mark National Energy Awareness Month.

Virgin Atlantic Flies Boeing 747 on Biofuel

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Boeing is proud of our partnership with @VirginAtlantic and @LanzaTech on this historic 747 flight to use biofuel made from waste carbon gas from a steel mill.

Tiny Fish, Big Impact for Duwamish Waterway

Boeing's cleanup in Puget Sound pays off for salmon counts
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Due to efforts by The Boeing Company, a stretch of habitat in Puget Sound's Lower Duwamish Waterway is booming with baby salmon, called smolt. By restoring the shoreline habitat, the juvenile salmon have a place to play before they swim out to sea to become adults. Boeing, in collaboration with local partners along the Duwamish, continue to monitor the habitat is working as designed.

And it is. The first count of the season welcomed over 1,600 smolt to Seattle.

Researchers Use Recycled Carbon Fiber to Improve Permeable Pavement

Solving a high-tech waste problem while addressing the environmental challenge of stormwater run-off
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Recycled carbon fiber composite scrap received from Boeing manufacturing facilities helps solve the environmental challenge of stormwater run-off.

National Recognition for Boeing's Environmental Leadership in South Carolina

Strategic partnerships help streamline permitting processes
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A transformative wildlife protection initiative in South Carolina, spearheaded by Boeing in partnership with government and private sector agencies, has earned the highest level of conservation certification from the U.S. Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) and is leading the way for similar efforts from other corporations in the state.

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