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Airlines Urged to take Responsibility for Emission

Airlines Urged To Take Responsibility For Emission

Less than half of the world’s 28 largest airlines offer a carbon offset scheme and the majority declined to provide data on the number of passengers offsetting their flights during a one year period – often saying their figures were too low to report, according to the BBC. Carbon offsetting enables passengers to balance out their carbon footprint by paying towards environmental projects. Aviation accounts for 2% of global human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. Prices vary but a return flight from London to Malaga, Spain, would cost around £4 to offset. Read More

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