I was a flight attendant for 10 years. Here are 10 of my best travel tips.
As someone who used to fly for a living, I've mastered several strategies to make plane travel more seamless and stress-free that I still use today.Current staffing shortages, flight delays, and cancelations have left some flight attendants feeling overworked and underpaid.
pay more dearly by Kate Abnett Brussels (Reuters) - the European Union has reached an agreement on a law on Wednesday to increase the price that airlines have to pay when they Emit carbon dioxide (CO2), in order to encourage the air sector to abandon fossil fuels. Airlines operating in Europe must currently obtain permits on the © Thomson Reuters An airplane passing under the wake of another aircraft above the city of Padua, Italy
by Kate Abnett
Brussels (Reuters) - The European Union reached an agreement on a law on Wednesday aimed at increasing the price that airlines have to pay when they issue carbon dioxide (CO2), in order to encourage the air sector to abandon fossil fuels .
Our buildings are making us sick
Here’s how to fix them — and what’s getting in the way.For years, Alan, a designer in Vermont, had a persistent, hacking cough that kept him up at night, and every winter, a near-constant series of sore throats and colds. He visited his doctor’s office, got diagnosed with reflux, and took reams of antibiotics for suspected sinus infections. But the cough always came back, so intransigent it permanently hoarsened his voice.
Airlines operating in Europe must currently obtain permits on the European carbon market to cover their CO2 emissions, but the EU grants them most of these free permits.
The law adopted by the EU member states and the European Parliament should modify this situation by gradually suppressing these free permits by 2026, sources said to discussions.
Airlines will then have to pay their CO2 emission permits, which will encourage them to pollute less.
A much lower amount of free CO2 permits will be made available to airlines that use durable aviation fuels (SAF) in order to partially compensate for the price difference between these fuels and kerosene, a fossil fuel much less Dear, specified the sources.
So far, the EU has limited its carbon market to cover flight emissions inside the block, but negotiators have agreed that Brussels will assess in 2026 if the system of the aviation organization International civil (OACI), aimed at compensating for CO2 emissions from international flights, is on the right track to achieve zero net emissions by 2050.
Climate defenders have deplored that international flight emissions are not added at the carbon market.
"Average European families will continue to pay much more for their CO2 emissions than large long-haul travelers. We are about to lose another decade of climate inaction," said Jo Dardenne, director of aviation Within the non -profit group Transport and Environment.
EU countries and the European Parliament must officially approve the law before it comes into force.
(Report Kate Abnett; French version Federica Mileo, edited by Kate Entringer)
What Is Bone Meal and How Can I Use It in My Garden? .
Bone meal is sometimes sold as a livestock feed additive or a supplement for people. However, in the gardening world, it’s most often used as the phosphorus-contributing element in organic fertilizers.Bone meal also may be marketed on its own as a plant food, touted to encourage rapid root growth in spring-flowering bulbs. Unfortunately, due to its less-than-beneficial effect on mycorrhizal fungi, the disadvantages of bone meal fertilizer may outweigh the advantages.