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Flying into trouble

Flying into trouble

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Sustainability, Environment, Development & Planning

Abstract

Argues that current aviation trends are neither environmentally, socially or economically sustainable, and outlines a new vision for aviation.

History

Produced in conjunction with Friends of the Earth, National Society of Clean Air, and Transport 2000, Regional Aviation Environment Forum, HACAN Clearskies, Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign, and Manchester Airport Environment Network.

Subjects

Publisher History

The Aviation Environment Federation is a UK-based association that is concerned exclusively with the environmental impacts of aviation.


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