UK Aviation Minister, Anthony Browne, who is also the Minister for the decarbonisation of transport, said today that the goal of the UK’s climate agenda was not to stop people flying but to incentivise cleaner travel habits. “We’ve made a very clear commitment to cutting transport emissions to correct the planet but we want to do it in a way that actually allows people to carry on travelling,” said Browne. “It is a binary choice. We could tell the public to fly less. We could stop different forms of flying – people going on holidays and business travel – or

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