I. Introduction International aviation presents a serious issue when it comes to climate change. Two percent of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be attributed to international flights, and the amount of CO2 emissions from these flights is growing rapidly. From 1990-2010 CO2 emissions from the international aviation industry increased 40%; if the aviation sector […]Read More
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