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by Emma Elwin on 1 December, 2015

Emma Elwin is dreaming about more sustainable ways of traveling by air.

I love to travel but I always feel a bit guilty about it. Air planes, as you probably know, is not the most environmentally friendly way to get around. But what I found online the other day made me truly happy. Modern technology has made it possible to create an air plane that flies only on sun cells. Both day and night. Read more about the plane here. I truly hope that this will be something that can be used in commercial air traffic in a near future. And how inspiring isn’t to see these amazing people inventing tools to change the world as we know it. Reading this made my day!


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