At the library (or online)
Tuesday evening, 11 October 7pm to 8:15pm
Can the UK expand Heathrow airport, bringing in 700 extra planes a day, and still stay within ambitious carbon budgets? One legal case sought to answer this question. This book traces the dramatic story of how the case was prepared - and why international aviation has for so long avoided meaningful limits on its expansion.
Celeste Hicks is an independent journalist who specialises in Africa and the Sahel. She has lived in Chad, Mali and Somalia.
This event is organised by the Friends of Carnegie Library
To attend online livestream, please register here - eventbrite