Poll: Two-thirds of Britons support limiting air travel to address climate crisis

Michael Holder
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Global air travel is estimated to account for around two per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions and rising
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Global air travel is estimated to account for around two per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions and rising

YouGov survey of 2,000 people finds more than 60 per cent believe tackling climate crisis requires high or extremely high urgency

More than 60 per cent of Britons believe tackling the climate crisis requires high or extremely high levels of urgency, according to the results of a new YouGov poll, which suggests growing public support...

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