Our Members & Partners
More than 30 members and/or partners from the industry and academia make up the GARDN community. Businesses, universities, colleges and research centres work together and lend their resources and expertise in developing R&D projects to deploy new green aviation technology.
Universities, Colleges and Research Organizations
Contributors, Associations & Governmental Organizations
All our successes:
GREENER CANADIAN AEROSPACE - A LOOK TOWARD 2030
This study assessed, in a standardized way and based on selected relevant environmental metrics, the potential environmental benefits of the technologies developed as part of the GARDN projects.
GARDN'S PROJECT REPORT - CAAFCER
In 2017, the NRC undertook GARDN project CAAFCER, Civil Aviation Alternate Fuels Contrails and Emissions Research, in conjunction with Air Canada, The Waterfall Group, The University of Alberta, SkyNRG, and The Boeing Company, with the scientific objective of comparing the characteristics of persistent contrails formed from petroleum jet fuel and biofuel.
GARDN'S PROJECT REPORT - WG21
4 reports summarizing the work performed by GARDN.
A GREENER AEROSPACE SUPPLY CHAIN
A best practices guide for a greener aerospace supply chain. An initiative of the Canadian aerospace industry for green supply chain management.
GARDN'S PROJECT REPORT - NEC21
Assessment of likely technology maturation pathways for biojet production from forest residues (Executive Summary only)
GARDN'S PROJECT REPORT OPT21
Acoustic signature comparison between a Cessna L19/0-1 Bird dog and an electrical propulsion system
GARDN'S WHITE PAPER
Discover our latest White paper : "Sustainable Aviation Fuels : a Canadian perspective"
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2017-2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Discover our latest Annual report.