DOSSIER: AIR TRAVEL Editorial for "Aloft - An Inflight Review" Flying is a central component of the globally networked world. At the same time, the environmental impact can no longer be ignored. Air traffic needs to become more environmentally friendly. This is where the cooperation of Airbus Group and the Heinrich Böll Foundation begins, because a climate-friendly flying is a common interest of all. By Ralf Fücks and Tom Enders The Future of Air Travel The book “Aloft – An Inflight Review” is a joint publication of the Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Airbus Group. In the following interview Ralf Fücks explains how such a co-operation project came about and what steps need to be taken to make air travel more environmentally friendly. Going green at Airbus Kerosene made from algae oil to make jet fuel sustainable. By Dietmar Bartz All graphics at a glance For a better view click on the picture: Air travel versus … Experts in Germany and the EU are ascertaining the environmental ranking of different transport modes. By Dietmar Bartz Technology of the future In the coming decades, new aircraft engines and production methods could make flying more sustainable. “Hybrid flying” using electrical energy has already begun and 3D printing promises higher efficiency and a cleaner production process. By Dietmar Bartz Negotiation matters The EU wanted to exert international pressure to speed up the reduction of carbon emissions in air traffic. However, it failed because its climate policy met with existing conflicts of interest. By Dietmar Bartz Aloft: Graphics and license terms All graphics of the publication Aloft - An Inflight Review are under the Creative Commons license CC-BY-NC-ND. This means: You can copy and redistribute the work in compliance with these conditions. Further Dossiers Regions for Green Economy The European Commission, the European Council and the European Parliament have all repeatedly called for regional cooperation in the context of the 2030 framework on climate and energy and the Energy Union. Coal Atlas 2015: Facts and Figures on a Fossil Fuel Coal does not just kill the climate. In coal mines, terrible working conditions are rife. Accidents are commonplace. Still, EU member states subsidize coal related business with almost 10 billion euros per year. Our dossier with all the articles and infographics from our Coal Atlas. Crossing Borders - Refugee and Asylum Policy in Europe  Dossier Although the numbers of refugees arriving in Europe are dropping, the continent still fails to present a coherent and humanitarian response to the refugee crisis. Our newest dossiers sheds light on the situation in various European countries. Rebuilding the Neighbourhood Dossier The eastern and southern neighbourhood of the European Union are in turmoil. The conflicts at the EU’s eastern and southern borders no longer stop there. How can an unstable EU contribute to the stabilisation and the rebuilding of its neighbourhood? How do people in the neighbourhood see the European Union and the state it is in?