Predict and decide: Aviation, climate change and UK policy

Sally Cairns, Carey Newson, Brenda Boardman, Jillian Anable

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Abstract

The ECI commissioned this report to assess the implications of aviation growth in the UK, while recognising that there would be some positive benefits. Available evidence about the scale, nature and impacts of the projected rise in air travel is used to weigh up the arguments for and against restraining aviation, particularly passenger air travel. In the light of this evidence and the UK’s environmental goals, the report concludes that the Government will need to explore a policy of managing demand for air travel.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford, United Kingdom
PublisherEnvironmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
Number of pages122
ISBN (Print)1874370419
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2006

Publication series

NameECI Research Report
PublisherEnvironmental Change Institute, University of Oxford
No.33

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Cairns, S., Newson, C., Boardman, B., & Anable, J. (2006). Predict and decide: Aviation, climate change and UK policy. (ECI Research Report; No. 33). Oxford, United Kingdom: Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford.

Predict and decide : Aviation, climate change and UK policy. / Cairns, Sally; Newson, Carey; Boardman, Brenda; Anable, Jillian.

Oxford, United Kingdom : Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2006. 122 p. (ECI Research Report; No. 33).

Research output: Book/ReportOther Report

Cairns, S, Newson, C, Boardman, B & Anable, J 2006, Predict and decide: Aviation, climate change and UK policy. ECI Research Report, no. 33, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.
Cairns S, Newson C, Boardman B, Anable J. Predict and decide: Aviation, climate change and UK policy. Oxford, United Kingdom: Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2006. 122 p. (ECI Research Report; 33).
Cairns, Sally ; Newson, Carey ; Boardman, Brenda ; Anable, Jillian. / Predict and decide : Aviation, climate change and UK policy. Oxford, United Kingdom : Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, 2006. 122 p. (ECI Research Report; 33).
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