SDG 13: Climate Action

This tiny Belgian plane 'sniffs' out polluting ships

An in-person inspection of a single ship’s emissions would take a whole day to complete. Image: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

Sean Fleming
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Shipping traffic between the UK and continental Europe
Shipping traffic between the UK and continental Europe Image: MarineTraffic
The small plane can detect emissions from vessels below.
The small plane can detect emissions from vessels below. Image: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences
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