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Electric cars alone won't save the planet. We'll need to design cities so people can walk and cycle safely

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Air cargo volumes soar by 34.6% for African carriers against 9.1% rise globally

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Ten ways to cut shipping's contribution to climate change - from a researcher

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Demand for drivers has doubled, incentives now key - GlobalData

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Blocked airline funds could slow down recovery - IATA
Blocked airline funds could slow down recovery - IATA

The International Air Transport Association has urged governments to abide by international agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to repatriate close to nearly $1bn in blocked funds from the sale of tickets, cargo space, and other...

19 Aug 2021

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Global air cargo posts strongest first half-year growth since 2017

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Survey: Passengers confident in air travel safety, continue to support mask-wearing

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Billions in export revenue at risk if suppliers don't cut carbon emissions - study

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To reach net zero, we must decarbonise shipping. But two big problems are getting in the way

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Emirates calls on applicants to join cadet training programme

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Reducing air travel by small amounts each year could level off the climate impact

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The supply chain crisis has a silver lining - container ships should be decarbonised faster

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From PPE shortages to Covid-19 vaccine distribution, the supply chain has emerged as a determinant of health

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Combined market cap of global airlines plunge by $12bn as Covid cases rise

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UNCTAD, IATA extend partnership to facilitate global trade

The two organisations will leverage their leadership in their respective fields to boost e-commerce in developing countries through improved exchanges of trade data...

12 Aug 2021

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Reinventing the wheel: The future of public transit

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IATA global airline industry statistics show devasting effects of Covid-19

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The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed that global supply chains are a huge house of cards


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