SABA’s mission is to accelerate the path to net-zero aviation by driving investment in high-integrity sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), catalyzing new SAF production, technological innovation, and supporting member engagement in policy-making efforts.
Members work in collaboration with EDF and RMI to develop a rigorous, transparent system that expands opportunities to invest in high-integrity SAF to all businesses and organizations interested in reducing the climate impacts of flying. SABA’s founding companies included Bank of America, Boeing, Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte, JPMorgan Chase, McKinsey & Company, Meta, Microsoft, Netflix and Salesforce.
SABA Aviators work with SABA to send a strong market signal in support of SAF. SABA’s Founding Aviators included Alaska Airlines, Amazon Air, JetBlue and United Airlines.
SABA is managed by Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and RMI, with expert support from Neoteric.
Kim Carnahan leads the firm’s advisory work on alternative fuels, including green hydrogen and alternative aviation and maritime fuels. Previously serving over a decade at the State Department, she managed the teams that negotiated the Paris Agreement and the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Agreement for International Aviation (CORSIA).