Scotland has been a leading name in the renewable energy and clean sustainable living role model. Scotland’s approach to the rising climate concerns is amazing and somewhat truly unique to it.
The nation has been trying to go clean on the energy front even before the world felt the need for the renewable resources to take over. This ahead of the line start for the nation has catapulted its position in one of the leaders in the clean energy game. Now with the renewable energy sources under control and almost peaking the current level of technology, the nation is eyeing the transport system and is looking to revolutionize that. With the Swedish activist Greta Thunberg stating that air transport has the worst impact on climate, the concerns of the world are rising regarding the air travel. Alternatives to air travel are being pitched and Scots are already ready to bring in new forms of transport to the stream. Scottish researcher says airships powered by helium and electric planes are among the low carbon emission alternatives to the fossil powered aircrafts of today’s air fleet. Aviation accounts for 3 percent of the world’s carbon emissions which is a huge amount. Scotland researching in this field can amount to some change in the transport innovations.
With these new researches set off in the field and the aviation industry being pressurized to find new alternatives so as to stay financially viable the world has set up the stage to bring in new reforms to the transportation industry.