Aviation versus Environment? Late public discussion of this issue did not even put a questionmark. The suspected vast effects of air traffic on global environmental problems such as climate change or ozone layer depletion led to an urgent demand for both practical solutions and a political framework for the conduct of airports and airlines. This book contains the expertise of environmental organisations, politicians, airline and airport managers who discussed these issues on the second Hamburg Aviation Conference, held on February 17 - 19, 1999. Taking into account the environmental and economic needs for air traffic, the conference was a stage for a constructive debate between aviation business and environmentalists and showed a broad range of measures in regard of environmental problems linked with aviation.
Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2000. 143 pp.
Contents: Peter S. Morrell: Air Transport Environmental Measures: The Economic Perspective – Carl A.M. Brenninkmeijer: The
Perspective of Natural Science - The CARIBIC project (Civil Aircraft for Remote Sensing and In-Situ-Measurement of Troposphere
and Lower Stratosphere) – Upali K. Wickrama: The International Perspective – Hans-Martin Niemeier: Towards an efficient market-based
environmental aviation policy - A view from the Hamburg Region – David Gillen: Benefits and Costs of Alternative Noise Management
Strategies – Callum Thomas: Achieving the Correct Balance - the Manchester Airport Second Runway Project – Axel Schmidt: Hamburg
Airport - Environmental Management System – Emanuel Fleuti: Airport Zurich - Charging Polluting Emissions.