University of Leeds
Dr Sally Cairns is a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Leeds, focusing on aviation, as part of the project on long distance travel. She has undertaken research into transport policy, traffic reduction and travel behaviour change for over 25 years, including previous work on aviation and climate policy, and teleconferencing. Outputs comprise over 100 publications, including book chapters, journal papers, research reports and magazine articles, with papers presented at numerous conferences and seminars. Sally has also provided invited input to the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee’s investigation into behaviour change, the All Party Parliamentary Sustainable Aviation Group, the Conservative Party’s Quality of Life Commission and SERA, the Labour Party’s Environment Campaign. She wrote a column for Town and Country Planning magazine for 8 years. Sally also runs her own research company.
- Department for Transport call for evidence – Jet zero: our strategy for net zero aviation
- HM Treasury – consultation on aviation tax reform
- Future of transport regulatory review
- Consultation on sustainable tourism: impacts of tourism and travel on the environment and how these can be reduced
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