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About this book
About this book
Aviation is one of the world's fastest growing, and most polluting industries. Industry, policy, and research experts examine what can be done to retain the economic and other benefits it brings, without the associated pollution, noise, congestion and loss of countryside. They look at technological, policy and demand management options with a view to acheiving a genuinely sustainable aviation industry.
Part 1: Trends and Issues - Introduction - Organizational and growth trends in air transport - Social and economic benefits - Human health impacts - Global atmospheric impacts - Aircraft noise, community relations and stakeholder involvement - Part 2: Mitigations and Potential Solutions - Environmental management and the aviation industry - The potential for modal substitution - Airfreight and global supply chains - The potential offered by aircraft and engine technologies - Climate policy for civil aviation - Part 3: Multi-sector Commentaries
Paul Upham and Janet Maughan are Research Fellows, Callum Thomas is a Professor of Sustainable Aviation, and David Raper is Director at aric aviation at Manchester Metropolitan University.
248 pages, Figs, tabs
'Wide-ranging and thorough.' Future Survey 'A very comprehensive book which contains vital industry intelligence and foresight, making it an essential information source and analysis for managers, consultants, regulators, researchers, students and especially environmental and government policy-makers.' International Journal of Environmental Studies '... This is a significant and timely book that sets out the challenges presented by aviation in a comprehensive manner.' Local Transport Today 'Without far-reaching changes, the problems associated with aviation can only multiply and worsen. This book takes an important step in accurately diagnosing these problems and pointing towards their solutions.' Sustain 'This comprehensive collection contains vital industry intelligence and foresight, making it an essential source of information and analysis for managers, consultants, regulators, planners, and policymakers'. Book notes. Business Horizons 4 July-August 2004