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Can virtual events achieve co-benefits for climate, participation, and satisfaction? Comparative evidence from five international Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy Week conferences

Joe Yates, MSc, Prof Suneetha Kadiyala, PhD, Yuemeng Li, IBDP, Sylvia Levy, BSc, Abel Endashaw, MSc, Hallie Perlick, MPH, Prof Parke Wilde, PhD, The Lancet: Planetary Health, 2022

When a major international annual conference series on agriculture, nutrition, and health had to move online in 2020 due to the pandemic, there was partial loss of interpersonal connections at social events, but aviation emissions plummeted and participation increased.

#flyingless Blog and Website

Filled with resources and news focused on reducing academia’s carbon footprint

Choosing Not to Fly Need Not Ground Your Career

Interview with Lenore Fahrig of Carleton University

Can we learn to embrace a future of less flying?

Rob Hopkins, November 24, 2016

Air travel and climate change

The David Suzuki Foundation

How to Host a Sustainable, Carbon Neutral Conference or other Event

The David Suzuki Foundation

Sustainability: A Greener Culture

Nature, June 21, 2017

Creative minds are shrinking research’s big carbon footprint

The Paris Agreement & the Fight Against Climate Change: An interview with Kevin Anderson

FlyingLess,  February 29, 2016

“I don’t have a no-fly policy, but rather a fly-less one. It’s just that I’ve been able to avoid flying for many years because what I do is not sufficiently important to justify the emissions which, in my view, is the case for almost all academics. If we’re going to fly, it should be for truly extraordinary and important reasons.”

On the Travel Emissions of Sustainability Science Research 

Timothy Waring, Mario Teisl, Eva Manandhar & Mark Anderson

Sustainability, 2014

No Fly Zone: Can Academics Do More from Home?

SSPP Blog 

National Geographic runs article by airline “points expert,” saying air travel is getting “greener”

Flying Less: Reducing Academia’s Carbon Footprint