Study: Diverting aviation subsidies into green transport could unlock hundreds of thousands of green jobs

Cecilia Keating
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Aviation is responsible for two per cent of global CO2 emissions | Credit: iStock
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Aviation is responsible for two per cent of global CO2 emissions | Credit: iStock

Aviation bailouts in wake of pandemic hurt the climate and did not prevent tens of thousands of job losses, campaigners warn

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