Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Aviation accounts for 2.4% of emissions. Could a different type of fuel help?

One of the main ways aviation contributes to global warming is through the clouds aeroplanes generate in the upper atmosphere. Image: Unsplash/ Artturi Jalli

David Simon Lee

Professor of atmospheric science, Aviation and Climate Research Group Leader., Manchester Metropolitan University

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Alternative fuels lower the CO2 output of airplanes whilst also reducing the production of control cirrus clouds. Image: Nature

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