U.S. Aviation Impact Activists Can Learn a Lot by Looking at London’s Gatwick Hub

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4/21/2016 (copy)
The Great British Runway Myth
REFERENCE – Aviation Environment Federation (7p)
4/21/2016 (copy)
Airspace Efficiency Report
REFERENCE – NATS support to the Airports Commission (46p)
4/21/2016 (copy)
Why a Second Runway Would be Bad for Business
REFERENCE – Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign (6p)
4/21/2016 (copy)
Aviation, climate change and sharing the load
REFERENCE – The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (16p)
Airports Commission Report – Carbon Emissions, Air Quality and Noise
REFERENCE – UK House of Commons, Environmental Audit Committee (38p)
Airports Commission Final Report – A Second Runway for Gatwick’
REFERENCE – ‘Areas of Concern’ statement, by Gatwick Airport LTD (52p)
Response to the Airport Commission’s Consultation on Runway Options
REFERENCE – Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign (19p)
Gatwick runway appeal is hypocritical when it avoids corporation tax
REFERENCE – Evening Standard article by Michael Beard (1p)
SEP 2014
Joint Policy Proposals for a Sustainable Future Aviation Strategy
REFERENCE – A manifesto by Aviation Environment Federation and five other NGO’s (4p)
MAR 2014
Who would pay for a new runway?
REFERENCE – Aviation Environment Federation report (12p)
SEP 2011
Hub Airports – Developing a sustainable framework for UK aviation
REFERENCE – GACC Evidence Paper #5 (11p)
FEB 2003
The Hidden Cost of Flying
REFERENCE – Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign (28p)
‘Profit & Loss’
‘Night Flights Increase’
‘Parish Councils Act Together’
‘Build a Runway, Build a Town’
‘2 Runways = 2 Big’