July 17, 2024 6:03 PM

climate change

Expect Pricier Tickets as British Airways Embraces Eco-Friendly Fuel

Expect Pricier Tickets as British Airways Embraces Eco-Friendly Fuel

British Airways raises ticket prices as it switches to costlier, eco-friendly fuel to cut carbon emissions and promote sustainability.

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Singapore Airlines Faces Tragic Turbulence, Leaving One Dead and Many Hurt

Severe turbulence on Singapore Airlines flight causes death, injures many amid climate change turbulence risks.

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Emirates Steps Up for Climate with The Solent Cluster Initiative

Emirates Steps Up for Climate with The Solent Cluster Initiative

Emirates joins UK's Solent Cluster for eco-friendly aviation, offers easy Dubai visa-on-arrival for Indian travelers, enhancing sustainable travel initiatives.

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5 Famous European Destinations You Must Visit Before They Disappear Due to Climate Change

5 Famous European Destinations You Must Visit Before They Disappear Due to Climate Change

The majestic Alps, stretching across eight countries, are warming at nearly twice the global average rate, leading to a significant retreat of glaciers and impacting the local water supply and ecosystems.

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How is the Caribbean Adapting to Climate Change with Sustainable Tourism and Hurricane Resistant Measures?

How is the Caribbean Adapting to Climate Change with Sustainable Tourism and Hurricane Resistant Measures?

The Caribbean is advancing sustainable tourism and hurricane-resistant measures to safeguard its environment, culture, and economy. This includes eco-friendly practices, local business support, and building durable structures against natural disasters.

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Travel Industry Considers Carbon Passports to Limit Emissions

Travel Industry Considers Carbon Passports to Limit Emissions

The travel industry is considering carbon passports to cap annual travel emissions and reduce carbon output. These measures reflect efforts to address rising emissions from air travel and cruises amidst growing global climate concerns.

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Supersonic Jets Promise Airline Innovation, But Also Pose Environmental Risks

The environmental harm that supersonic jets may bring has raised the concern of many environmental advocates after the International Council on Clean Transportation has released its study. According to the report, the jets will fail to comply with environmental requirements.

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Climate Change Have Terrible Effect On Air Travel, Makes Turbulence More Frequent And Stronger

Turbulence is becoming stronger and will be more frequent moving forward and that is due to the warming temperature of planet Earth, caused by climate change.

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Travel Hindrances Caused By Climate Change: Stronger And More Frequent Clear-Air Turbulence

The negative effects of climate change include aviation disruption that will be caused by clear-air turbulence. The CAT-triggering factor has been traced to climate change.

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Severe Turbulence May Become More Frequent Due To Climate Change

Climate change can affect plane turbulence and would increase it's frequency of up to 149 percent.

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Archaeological Sites In Peru Damaged By Heavy Floods

Because of the intense floods in some parts of Peru, some archaeological sites are now in danger of being totally destroyed.

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Arctic Tourism: Polar Bears are Going Extinct, Here's What You Can do to Help

Travel junkies usually travel the world because of their deep love and appreciation for the Earth, in general. May it be their love for language and culture, the urban life, or nature, travellers often travel for love. So why not, turn that love into something useful and help in a cause, like saving polar bears?

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Climate Change Effect: Sahara Desert, The World’s Hottest Desert, Was Covered By Snow

Climate change played a vital role in drastically changing the weather's status quo.

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Climate Change Seen as Reason for Storm Desmond Extreme Flooding

Climate change was partly attributed to the violent rain and flood by Storm Desmond which caused destruction in many parts of Scotland, Ireland and The Lake Disctrict. Climate change increased the chances of Storm Desmond flooding the affected areas up to 40%, according to research made by experts from Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute and Oxford University.

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How to Offset Your Carbon Footprint When You Fly

It seems air travel has a larger environmental impact than we thought, but there are ways to ease your conscience and save a few trees while you're at it

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