airline, airline industry, air travel, global warming, climate change, regulations


Global warming is not only causing climatic temperatures to rise— it is also heating up the socio-political scene across the globe. Caught in the crossfire is the airline industry, targeted by environmental activists who categorize flight as an unnecessary mode of travel. As this movement gains traction, how will air fare in this age of flight-shaming? Ashlyn Unga explores anticipated governmental regulations and measures the airline industry must take as a result of this movement.



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