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  1. March 28, 2012

    New technologies: Carbon capture dogged by volatile history

    If there was a prize for false starts, dashed hopes and failed promises, the carbon capture and storage industry would be a...

  2. March 9, 2012

    In with the renewable

    When David Green gets up in the morning, the first thing he does is check the sky. If it is sunny, he likes to nip outside...

  1. December 14, 2011

    Climate change: The great regrouping

    It is being called the huddle that made history. Even by the standards of UN climate talks, where delegates have been known...

  2. November 25, 2011

    Kyoto protocol at risk in Durban

    People have been talking about the death of the Kyoto protocol for at least a decade. But this week, as thousands of people...

  3. November 25, 2011

    Finance: Counting the cost

    Among the thousands of delegates heading to Durban for this year’s United Nations climate summit, there will be hundreds of...

  4. November 25, 2011

    Who’s who: Voices for change

    Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change The awful truth about...

  5. November 25, 2011

    Damage control

    The world is full of disagreeable jobs, from salt miner to sewer cleaner. But in the political realm, few are as tricky as...

  6. November 11, 2011

    Emissions: Rivals dig in over EU carbon trading scheme

    The history of aviation is littered with rows between the US and Europe, long the world’s two most important airline...

  7. November 4, 2011

    Pinstripe greens

    If someone had told you back in 2004 that there was a man sitting on his living-room sofa in London inventing a company he...

  8. September 5, 2011

    Competition is good for wind power

    From Mr Christian Kjaer. Sir, Pilita Clark and Leslie Hook are right to acknowledge that Chinese wind power technology...

  9. June 27, 2011

    UK emissions: Mixed reviews for sustainability policies

    If you had only been reading international news­papers, you would probably be quite impressed at the UK coalition...

  10. June 19, 2011

    Emissions: Europe shows little sign of wavering over green flights

    What a difference a couple of months can make. Not that long ago, most of the world’s leading airlines seemed to be resigned...

  11. May 17, 2011

    Clouds of downturn slowly start to lift

    Corporate profits have recovered, so have stock markets and Wall Street bonuses. But nearly three years after the collapse...

  12. April 8, 2011

    Racing with the FT: Michael O’Leary

    Michael O’Leary says of the Cheltenham festival: ‘If you can’t enjoy this, you should never go racing’ Of all the words used...

  13. March 19, 2011

    Intelligent airport essential to vision

    From Ms Julia Sattel. Sir, Pilita Clark, in her review of Aerotropolis: The Way We’ll Live Next (Life & Arts, March 12),...

  14. December 22, 2010

    Heathrow service improves

    An estimated 70 per cent of scheduled flights managed to depart Heathrow on Wednesday as the airport struggled to get back...

  15. December 20, 2010

    BA and BAA take the hit

    The chaotic disruption at Heathrow over one of the busiest travelling weeks of the year will dent the finances of both its...

  16. October 19, 2010

    Hopes fade for early start to recovery

    Shrinking revenues, more job cuts and gloomy forecasts. Such is the state of much of the business jet industry on the eve of...

  17. July 19, 2010

    Dreamliner: Boeing streamlines inside as well as out

    From outside, Boeing’s Dreamliner Gallery, a short drive from the manufacturer’s vast Everett assembly plant north of...

  18. July 19, 2010

    Challenges stack up for diverse sector

    If the aerospace industry played by the same economic rules as other businesses, this month’s Farnborough air show would be...

  19. July 19, 2010

    CSeries: Bombardier’s ambitions push rivals to respond

    So this is what all the fuss is about. It is late on a Tuesday afternoon, and a group of Bombardier managers have led the...

  20. June 30, 2010

    Air passenger traffic bounces back

    The number of passengers carried by the world's leading airlines has bounced back above pre-recession levels after almost...

  21. June 19, 2010

    Calpers buys Gatwick stake

    The US's biggest state pension fund confirmed yesterday it was buying an equity stake in Gatwick airport.Calpers, the...

  22. June 16, 2010

    Airports welcome plan to cut delays

    Airlines and airports welcomed a government announcement yesterday of an industry group that will work on cutting passenger...

  23. May 29, 2010

    BA crew set to walk out again

    Thousands of British Airways cabin crew are set to walk out in the middle of the long weekend tomorrow after another round...

  24. May 28, 2010

    BA and Unite to restart talks

    British Airways and the Unite union are due to head back to the negotiating table today to try to thrash out a deal to end...

  25. May 25, 2010

    Runways U-turn

    Airport protesters were planning celebrations last night after the owners of Heathrow and Stansted ditched plans to build...

  26. May 18, 2010

    Volcanic ash measures eased to cut airspace closures

    Passengers had another dose of good news on top of the averted British Airways cabin crew strike yesterday, when UK aviation...

  27. May 10, 2010

    Volcano disrupts European flights

    Passengers faced fresh misery yesterday when airports closed in several European countries after more eruptions from the...

  28. May 4, 2010

    NetJets: Giant of Europe is braced for a bumpy ride

    Life has not been quite the same for Eric Connor since he was appointed head of NetJets Europe in October last year – nor...

  29. May 4, 2010

    Clouds of recession begin to disperse

    First came news that the glut of aircraft up for sale was no longer swelling so rapidly and the dive in used business jet...

  30. May 4, 2010

    NetJets: Giant of Europe is braced for a bumpy ride

    Life has not been quite the same for Eric Connor since he was appointed head of NetJets Europe in October last year – nor...

  31. April 13, 2010

    Why did doomed aircraft try to land in fog?

    One question preoccupying many aviation experts yesterday about the air crash in Russia that killed Poland's president and...

  32. April 13, 2010

    Experts question attempt to land

    One question preoccupying many aviation experts yesterday about the air crash in Russia that killed Poland's president and...

  33. April 13, 2010

    Why did aircraft try to land in fog?

    One question preoccupying many aviation experts yesterday about the air crash in Russia that killed Poland's president and...

  34. April 13, 2010

    Aviation experts question why doomed aircraft tried to land

    One question preoccupying many aviation experts yesterday about the air crash in Russia that killed Poland's president and...

  35. March 30, 2010

    Unite raises cash for BA strikers

    Leaders of the Unite union yesterday agreed to raise £700,000 to support striking British Airways cabin crew, sharply...

  36. February 1, 2010

    BA and Ryanair on diverging routes

    If proof is needed of what a difference a recession can make to two companies in the same industry, it should become clear...

  37. January 11, 2010

    BA faces fresh strike ballot

    A new ballot on strike action at British Airways will be held this month, the Unite union said yesterday. The union declined...

  38. December 18, 2009

    Court overrules 12-day BA strike

    The UK's High Court brought relief to nearly 1m British Airways passengers yesterday as it ruled the ballot union leaders...

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