Slow journey times mean airships are highly unlikely to replace passenger jets, but, as Danny Bradbury discovers, a flotilla of new companies are convinced that low-fuel costs mean the old-fashioned aircraft could have huge appeal to freight operators
You may think the grand old days of airships are long gone, but with concern over aviation's carbon emissions mounting, a group of small companies is trying to bring them back in a reinvented form. ...
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UK Energy Research Centre analysis argues single electricity market has been a success story and that 'Elecxit' could "turn back the clock"
US, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Russia accused of blocking key text fully endorsing findings of historic report on impacts of 1.5C of warming
Late start date for synchronising national climate plans shows complacency and risks dampening ambition, warn observers