sustainable aviation, CO2 emissions
The ecological condition is worsening worldwide. The harmful emissions produced by aircraft are significant pollutants. Millions of gallons of fuel are burnt everyday during combustion in aircraft engines thus contributing to noxious emissions. These emissions are not only toxic and a respiratory health hazards but are increasing. It is a grave concern for which remedial measures need to be taken by all the stakeholders before the problem become intractable. So, what needs to be done to make aviation environmentally stable. A balanced and integrated policy encompassing the operational improvements, improvements in aircraft and engine technology, and use of sustainable aviation fuels is exigent for sustainable development of aviation sector and to leave a better planet for future generations. All the stakeholders – policy makers, engineers, and civil aviation authorities – should contribute to mitigate the negative impacts of aviation.
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Safdar, Muhammad Muneeb, "Approaches For Sustainable Aviation" (2021). English Language Institute. 190.
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