and Arianne C. Reis, James Higham, Martin Young –
The carbon tax in Australia's aviation sector isn't delivering the same impact as a carbon tax in the energy sector. Why is that, and what else will the Land Down Under need to do to meet its Paris commitments?
and Radley Horton –
Studies have traditionally focused on how aviation can impact climate change, but researchers from Columbia University have recently projected that airlines stand to lose millions of dollars as a result of global warming. Here's why.
No place on earth is off limits for the tourism industry nor, unfortunately, the negative impacts it can bring. This year, declared the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development by the UN, here's how we can steer the tourism industry in a more sustainable direction.
The aviation sector is a massive consumer of fossil fuels and producer of carbon emissions; but can Australia really do without it? Business and tourism experts explain why life without air travel in Australia isn't as crazy as it sounds.
Air travel is cheaper than ever, but the true price of aviation is not well understood among the travelling population. Roger Tyers from the University of Southampton explains why flying is terrible from a climate perspective.
Dutch manufacturing company AkzoNobel and sustainability media firm Eco-Business held the inaugural Cities:Possibilities forum on 8 November 2016. Read this outcome report for highlights from this insightful dialogue.