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Fewer Than 18 Percent of People Have Flown: What Happens Next?

As incomes rise and the global middle class expands, the remaining 82 percent of the world who have yet to step foot on an airplane will start flying in big numbers. But does that have to mean an increase in carbon emissions from aviation. John Mandyck, chief sustainability officer for United Technologies, doesn't think so.
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