Scientists Challenge Aviation’s Main Point On Climate

Emirates is preparing to test the notion of flying aircraft through low humidity layers of the atmosphere.
Credit: Joe Pries
Scientists are pointing at the not-so-insignificant role of air transport in climate change, arguing demand should be curbed to complement planned technological improvements. The commercial air transport industry has long-emphasized its estimated 2-3% share in global CO2 emissions. That proportion...

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