IATA: Greater urgency required to tackle emissions challenge Countdown to Intl. Aviation Emissions Scheme Begins Carbon Offsets, Market Based 20% Gap in CO2 reduction Coverage At the recent Global Aviation Summit in Geneva, Switzerland, the…
Airbus’s ‘Blade’ Laminar Flow Wing Demonstrator Takes Flight The world’s expectations, nay demands, are that aviation dramatically reduce its CO2 emissions. Thus, an EU sponsored project with AIRBUS and its European allies in testing…
Supersonic Transport timelines for safety and environmental certification are not as susceptible to abbreviation as the financial backers would like.
Comes now the annual trek of the tortoises onto JFK Airport. According to PANYNJ, some planes “were briefly stuck in queue.” Turtles 1 — Planes 0.
Two recent ICAO events that merit greater attention: The Blockade of Qatar and CORSIA (Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation).
Delta and Atlanta’s airport are joining forces to support conservation projects on the Flint River, which should be recognized in a future NEPA review.
On March 6, ICAO adopted a new aircraft CO2 emissions standard. ICAO is good at creating standards, but not well suited to enforcing them. It will be interesting to see whether the criteria will be enacted.
Gopher Tortoises have made Orlando Sanford International Airport’s Runway Safety Area (RSA) a home, which is more of a wildlife challenge than you might think.