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Climate Scientists Are Cutting Back On Air Travel

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Climate Scientists Are Cutting Back On Air Travel

Climate Scientists Are Cutting Back On Air Travel

There is a small but growing minority of academics who are cutting back on their air travel.

The reasoning behind the shift is because of climate change, ScienceMag.com.

Traveling to conferences, lectures, workshops, and the like are frequently by plane.

Flying is often viewed as crucial for scientists to exchange information and build community.

But many are now questioning that perspective and pushing conferences to provide more.

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