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It’s time the government swapped blue sky thinking on aviation emissions for a frequent flyer levy

This post is by Alethea Warrington, campaigns manager at climate action charity Possible.

Although the government’s recognition of the need to tackle aviation emissions is welcome, its scenarios to achieve net zero aviation by 2050 are fatally flawed. It relies on undeveloped, extremely expensive or unworkable technologies, and refuses to implement an essential part of the solution: policies to fairly reduce the demand for flights.

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