There are a number of organisations who work to seek improvements in aviation’s environmental performance. They do this by lobbying those who cause the impact such as airlines and airports, and seeking to influence Government policy.
Nationally some of the most influential groups are:
There is an umbrella group called
Airport Watch that represents a number of organisations.
There are also a number of local lobbying groups focused on different airports.
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