No single authority or organisation is responsible for the environmental impact of aviation in the UK. It is necessary to consider the distribution of activities in order to gain an understanding of the work surrounding aviation and the environment. Duties are allocated between the CAA, international organisations, Government, local authorities, a wide range of industry bodies and other interested parties. Information on the activities of some of the major environmental stakeholders is available below:
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