We need to get serious about speeding up the switch to sustainable aviation fuel

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The government must act now to scale power-to-liquid fuels that would allow the aviation industry to reduce their emissions, while long-term solutions are in development, argues Green Alliance's Helena Bennett

Although flying is one of the most carbon intensive activities a person can do, and despite growing focus on polluting behaviours in recent years, emissions from aviation have more than doubled since 1990....

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