Aviation Environment Federation

The Aviation Environment Federation is a UK-based association that is concerned exclusively with the environmental impacts of aviation.

2nd Floor
40 Bermondsey Street
London
SE1 3UD
UK
Website: www.aef.org.uk/
Email: info@aef.org.uk
Tel: 020 3102 1509

Documents by this publisher

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Series details Title Year Status
Airport expansion and air pollution - would a new runway breach legal limits for air quality? 2014 Green
Airports policy - a flawed approach 2000 Green
Aviation, the environment and planning law 1995 Red
Aviation and global climate change 2000 Green
Aviation and its environmental effects - recent papers 1996 Red
Aviation and noise 1998 Green
Aviation and the environment: an environmentalist viewpoint 1997 Red
Development of surface access links to airports: environmental issues 1997 Red
Emissions impossible - an assessment of the noise and air pollution problems at Heathrow airport and the measures proposed to tackle them 2006 Green
Fly now, grieve later 2005 Green
Flying into trouble 2001 Green
Flying into trouble - 2002: the threat of airport growth 2002 Green
Hidden cost of flying 2003 Green
Plane crazy - airport growth in the UK 1999 Red

 

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