Aviation, Travel and Tourism

3 ways we can keep flying with zero-carbon emissions

Aviation causes lots of pollution. Steps must be taken to reduce the impact. Image: John McArthur/Unsplash

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Much more needs to be done to reduce CO2 emissions from aviation. Image: Our World in Data

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