The coronavirus outbreak has caused an unprecedented drop in demand for flights. What can the government do to ensure that climate targets are met once travel restrictions are lifted?
Flight Free UK comments on what the current Coronavirus outbreak means for our campaign and for aviation in general
Emma Palmer spent 18 years living beneath the flight path at Bristol airport, and reflects on what the rejection of its expansion plan might mean for the climate and the future of aviation
Ellen Petry Leanse asks what impact our travel ambitions have on the places we visit and on the planet
The Wuhan Coronavirus has brought air traffic across China to a standstill. It's time to now see the climate crisis for what it is: a global carbon epidemic.
We know that air travel facilitates global tourism, and if we were to stop flying, communities who rely on our visits would suffer. But is that really the full story?
Jamie Andrews, co-founder of train booking website Loco2, shares the story of the company and looks forward to a low-carbon future
Easyjet has announced that from March 2020 it will be flying twice a day from Birmingham to Edinburgh. Is there a place for short domestic routes in our transport infrastructure?
Maggie Robertson explores how journalists have the power to influence people's travel decisions – and why they should use it wisely
Flight Free UK responds to Heathrow expansion consultation.
A proposed carbon tax has hit the headlines this week. Anna Hughes looks at what this really means.
Claire Thompson's sons live half a world away, in New Zealand. In over a decade she has only seen them twice. This is her moving testimonial.
Flight Free UK Director Anna Hughes takes a look at whether our flying habits really are beneficial to us or the world.
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