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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Sep 20
Did the media coverage of COP21 have an influence on air passengers' intention to purchase voluntary carbon offesttings? Acess fore free for a limited time:
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Frederik Cyrus Roede Sep 16
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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Sep 15
When understanding the negative environmental impacts of aviation do not seem to motivate reductions in flying, how can we persuade frequent flyers to fly less? Free Access for a limited time:
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Fritz 17h
So now is a thing? Jesus people enough with this insanity.
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Jack Foster Sep 18
Words by me on the growing phenomenon of
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chris reynolds Sep 16
If gets big, the travel biz has some rethinking to do. (Maybe long-distance train people are futurists AND nostalgists.)
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Te Pūnaha Matatini Sep 16
Last night's on the global movement and how to fly responsibly. As says: “It’s one thing if you’re flying to see friends & family, it’s another if you’re jetting off to get a suntan - and flaunting it all over Facebook."
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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Sep 18
Does policy awareness affect air passengers' inention to purchase voluntary air travel carbon offestting? Acess fore free for a limited time:
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aperri Sep 16
- Airlines pressured to cut emissions ( ) is a way to counteract the 2% of global emissions from the airline industry…1 area in the transportation sector where a may work
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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Sep 16
What are the health consequences of frequent flying? Free Access for a limited time:
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Hilka Birns Sep 16
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María-José Juárez 22h
vs in an era where demand for data is growing far faster than demand for air miles.
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rob allan Sep 16
I know there's charmless but Blackpool is gaining customers if catches on up .
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Riccardo Mastini Sep 19
"Asked if could affect Airbus’s forecasts, Scherer said: 'It’s not a concern. We’d rather see it fundamentally as an opportunity. Airbus sees itself as a champion of bringing global emissions down.' " at its finest!
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Yassine Souilmi Sep 16
accounts only for less than 2% of global emissions. should focus on instead of
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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Sep 17
How can government policies influence voluntary air travel carbon offsetting? Acess fore free for a limited time:
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Dennis Schaal Sep 16
At first I thought this was mere but the message Skip the Trip was just the motor vehicle folks telling me to renew my license by mail. Oh well.
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Faculty of Science Sep 17
Did you see from on this morning? He talked about the part he plays in the 'no flying movement'...
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Brian Chutskoff Sep 19
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Marcin Walków Sep 16
wyzwaniem dla polskiego rynku lotniczego? - W Polsce trend jest wręcz odwrotny, jesteśmy głodni latania - powiedział Adrian Furgalski , wiceprezes ZDG TOR, podczas
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