Flight-path dependency: How an uneven transport market is killing off green options.

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  1. Eddie Sharpe says:

    Green travel is about staying at home, living close to your work & growing your own, instead of buying everything from the nearby Tesco.

    Trains btw. are not just expensive but inefficient & heavily state subsidised.

    Trains cause high concentrations of noxious pollutants locally while emissions from planes are well dispersed, maintaining concentrations in the atmosphere at trace levels.

    CO2 in the atmosphere would not stop its steady rise if all planes were grounded from tomorrow, yet remote sensing confirmed this month that global average temperatures haven’t risen for the past 18 years despite the continuing steady rise in atmospheric CO2 throughout that period.


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