Shrinking the Aerospace Carbon Footprint

November 8, 2013

Boeing is designing new aircraft to be fuel efficient, quieter, and more recyclable. On the ground, manufacturing facilities are reducing use of energy, water, and hazardous materials. UW Chemical Engineering alumna Mary Armstrong reveals how engineering innovations are shrinking Boeing’s domestic carbon footprint by 25% and leading worldwide industry efforts to enable zero carbon growth for air travel.
Matt O’Donnell, Frank and Julie Jungers Dean of Engineering
University of Washington
Mary Armstrong, Vice President — Environment, Health and Safety The Boeing Company