Want to cut down on flights in 2023? We asked experts how to do it.

Could you go flight-free?

Millions of people took to the skies this year, as COVID restrictions and testing rules finally eased.

It’s good news for families and friends who were split up by border closures – but it’s bad news for the planet.

An economy class return flight from London to New York emits around 0.67 tonnes of CO2 per passenger – roughly the same as the average person in Ghana produces in a whole year.

Shunning air travel is the single biggest action an individual can take to reduce their carbon footprint. But if you’re used to flight-hopping, it can feel like an overwhelming commitment.

But people everywhere are managing to do it

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