Aviation is fundamental to the world economy, but it contributes 3% of global carbon dioxide emissions. How can it achieve net-zero emissions by 2050?
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While airport COVID-19 measures might relax, the security put in place after 9/11 will not be following suit anytime soon, writes a history professor.
The paper-based passport has been criticised by some experts as an instrument of exclusion and digitizing the process could help tackle labour shortages.
There is increasing onus on the aviation and shipping sectors to decarbonize – but more action is needed to make sustainable fuels viable
Employee travel is one of the greatest contributors to carbon emissions, yet research shows most companies aren’t taking real action to make it any greener.
Sustainable Aviation fuel offers up to 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, compared to conventional fossil jet fuel and could decarbonise the airline industry.
Book sales in Sweden are at an all-time high in the first half of 2021 as people travelled less and entertained themselves more at home due to COVID-19.
The majority of global business travellers are willing to resume travelling for work, but want a greater say in how they travel and where they stay, post-pandemic.
12V lead auxiliary batteries offer a number of key strengths for EVs, including a reduced environmental impact and a strong reliability and affordability profile.
An announcement of new sites by the UNESCO committee has shown that Italy now has 58 world heritage locations placing it ahead of China.
Can technology pioneers usher in a cleaner, greener, future for the aviation sector?
We already have the tools to tackle global emissions, but need to find the political will to rapidly deploy them across industry, government and finance.
The travel industry could be about to boom following COVID-19 lockdowns, with a McKinsey survey showing travel is the second-most-desired U.S activity.