A New Red Sea Airport Prioritizes The Environment

Sea International Airport will be powered solely by renewable energy.
Credit: TRSDC
Airports are in many ways like small towns. They employ hundreds or even thousands of staff and contractors, require significant amounts of supporting infrastructure in the form of power and water supplies and, like any town, emit pollution. An attempt to break away from this pattern is underway in...

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