This section of the website explores the carbon emissions associated with different modes of travel.
We are often told that certain forms of travel have a bigger carbon footprint than others, but often this is difficult to verify and the jargon used can be confusing. Often the information and claims made are biased, and for commercial reasons rather than to provide objective information.
As an energy economist, I felt it would be a useful service to provide comparisons for the different travel modes. It will take me a while to develop functional tools for this, so I have added below a blog that provides anecdotal information and links to third-party providers that I think are reliable.
This post contains information from my training company Resource Economist Ltd on the Energy Transition https://resourceeconomist.com
Despite growing public concern, carbon emissions continue to rise. My book on Sustainable Transitions in Energy reflects the need to go electric.