Corporations invested in carbon offsets that were ‘likely junk’, analysis says

Some of the world’s most profitable – and most polluting corporations – have invested in carbon offset projects that have fundamental failings and are “probably junk”, suggesting industry claims…Continue readingCorporations invested in carbon offsets that were ‘likely junk’, analysis says

Why are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?

Rishi Sunak, David Cameron and King Charles are just three of the more than 70,000 delegates from nearly 200 countries at the latest UN climate summit in Dubai, COP28.…Continue readingWhy are people still flying to climate conferences by private jet?

EasyJet predicts record summer profits as travel boom continues

EasyJet’s strong third-quarter financial performance, which beat analysts’ expectations, was boosted by a 22 per cent rise in ticket yields year on year, as passengers continue to pay high…Continue readingEasyJet predicts record summer profits as travel boom continues

Busy roads and airports expected over late-May UK bank holiday weekend

About 19 million leisure journeys by car are expected on Britain’s roads over the next four days, and more than 3,000 planes are scheduled to take off on Friday.Continue readingBusy roads and airports expected over late-May UK bank holiday weekend

Air India unveils ‘historic’ orders for 470 Boeing, Airbus jets

Continue readingAir India unveils ‘historic’ orders for 470 Boeing, Airbus jets