Aviation and Climate Change : Lessons for European Policy Hardback
by Alice (Tyndall Centre, University of Manchester, UK) Bows, Kevin (Manchester Business School, UK) Anderson, Paul (University of Manchester, UK) Upham
Part of the Routledge Studies in Physical Geography and Environment series
It is generally accepted - the US administration excepted - that the emissions reduction targets agreed in the Kyoto Protocol are only the beginning of what needs to be achieved in international climate negotiations.
While studies suggest that major emission reductions by industrialized countries can be achieved at low economic cost, both these and early reductions by developing countries are inevitably a major political challenge.
This book focuses on European policy toward climate change, specifically its ramifications for the aviation industry.
With air travel predicted to grow enormously in the coming years, the issue of climate change is hugely topical for this important industry. Accessible to students, academics and practioners, this book is useful reading for all those with an interest in climate change, the aviation industry, or both.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 35 Line drawings, black and white; 20 Tables, black and white; 35 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 15/06/2007
- Category: Aerospace & air transport industries
- ISBN: 9780415397056