While the extreme left’s “Green New Deal” is a dead man’s hand — high-speed rail to supplant all air travel; elimination of combustible engines; making all buildings energy efficient in a decade — its broad intent of protecting our environment is worthy. And focusing strictly on aviation, opportunities exist for reducing the carbon emissions produced in powered flight. A Jan. 18 conference held at California’s Van Nuys Airport (KVNY) brought intense ...

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