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Reducing air travel by small amounts each year could level off the climate impact

By Milan Klöwer, Postdoctoral Researcher in Weather and Climate Modelling, University of Oxford
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Just before the pandemic, aircraft engines were burning one billion litres of fuel a day. But then the number of daily civil aviation flights fell from 110,000 to less than 50,000 during 2020, on average. With the easing of travel restrictions, air traffic is increasing back towards its pre-pandemic peak.

Most world leaders and delegates will have flown to Glasgow…The Conversation

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