Net zero flight


Aircraft are a significant and growing source of air and climate pollution. As a hard-to-abate sector, there are real technological, economic, and operational barriers to decarbonising aviation. But effective regulation is also constrained by political forces, namely extreme industry concentration, international bureaucracy, protectionism, and international development politics.

In this seminar, Dan Rutherford from the International Council on Clean Transportation, will draw on concrete examples from over 15 years of policy work to explore the promise and limits of evidence-based policymaking as the aviation industry takes its first steps toward net-zero flight.

About the Brahmal Institute Seminar Series

The Brahmal Vasudevan Institute for Sustainable Aviation Seminar Series  hosted by the Department of Aeronautics, is a series of talks by internationally renowned individuals covering a broad range of areas including aeronautics, technology development and policymaking.

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