Air Madness: Road's Mistakes Repeated
Campaigning book that spells out the environmental downsides of aviation growth including climate change, noise pollution, safety and land loss. Compares UK aviation policy with the historically unregulated growth of motor traffic, hence the same mistakes are being repeated in the air as have been made on the roads
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