We’re seeing climate change being taken more seriously than ever before, and that’s especially apparent in the airline industry. We have airlines encouraging passengers to take the train rather than fly, airlines carbon offsetting their domestic flights, and more.
While most people agree we should take steps to reduce carbon emissions, there’s huge variance in terms of how extreme people want to be — some people want to play their small part, while others view this as an emergency and want extreme measures to be taken overnight.
Anyway, there’s now an interesting proposal that not only impacts airlines, but more specifically impacts frequent flyer programs.
Should Frequent Flyer Programs Be Banned?
A new Imperial College London report commissioned by the Committee of Climate Change has some comprehensive proposals to prevent further climate change.