Efficiency gains in air traffic management offer the quickest route to cutting aviation CO2 emissions, a report from the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University has found. According to the report, biofuels and technology improvements will boost efficiency significantly in the long term, but neither will have the global impact that improved flight management could achieve in the shorter term. Chris Carey, one of the report's authors, predicts that if all ...

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