Caterina Brandmayr, head of climate policy, interviews Cait Hewitt, deputy director at the Aviation Environment Federation (AEF) about the climate impact of flying.
This discussion comes following the government's announcement that the sixth Carbon Budget will incorporate the UK's share of international aviation emissions for the first time.
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Air pollution is a health and environmental emergency in the UK. The most effective way to deal with our dirty air is to roll out clean air zones across the country.
These specific areas of cities charge the most polluting vehicles for entering the zone and have been shown to encourage the shift to cleaner vehicles and alternative modes of transport, such as walking or cycling.
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Press release: 'Northern cities set to lose millions due to shelved clean air plans'