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Study: ‘Climate change could lengthen the flight times of some air travel’

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http://www.techtimes.com/articles/68518/20150713/air-travel-and-climate-change-may-be-linked-in-feedback-loop.htm

The airline industry already is responsible for 3.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emission, according to the International Panel on Climate Change.

Any increase in airline travel times could result in a feedback loop between the carbon emissions of airplanes and our changing climate, Woods Hole geologists and geophysicist Kris Karnauskas says.

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