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November 23, 2020 - University of Oxford

Ban short-haul flights, eat less meat: Europeans back climate over convenience in Oxford survey

Ban short-haul flights, eat less meat: Europeans back climate over convenience in Oxford survey
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Two in three Europeans would support a ban on short haul flights and the same proportion say they would eat less meat to combat climate change, according to a new survey designed by a research team led by Professor Timothy Garton Ash, the leading Oxford academic.

eupinions carried out the survey in September for the Europe's Stories project at St Antony's College, covering all 27 EU member states and the UK. It revealed that Europeans of all age groups would like to see short flights banned, if the destination can be reached in 12 hours by train. More than half would support the pedestrianisation of city centres.

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