Climate and Nature

Why speed and sustainability can co-exist in aviation

Sustainability in aviation and high-speed air travel are not mutually exclusive concepts.

Sustainability in aviation and high-speed air travel are not mutually exclusive concepts. Image: schauhi/Pixabay

Akshay Ashok
Head of Sustainability, Boom Technology, Inc.
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