A resounding majority of scientists believe that climate change is real, and many of them fear dire consequences for the planet in the coming decades if rising temperatures are not addressed. We do not disagree. It is also fair to say that while the aviation industry has made great strides in improving efficiency and reducing pollution from jet aircraft, its share of global fossil fuel emissions, now 2%, could rise dramatically if further robust action is not taken. But the answer is ...

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