In a short time, and ironically as the aviation industry embarks on a unique global carbon offsetting scheme, airlines have found themselves being targeted as the bad transport choice when it comes to caring about Earth. While general global concerns about carbon emissions have been rising since 2017, a movement sparked by a Swedish teenage blogger has gained swift traction this year. Flygskam, or “flight shame,” encourages people to stop flying or to take fewer airline flights ...

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