2 Responses to The Best Air Travel Offset Ever
On the bright side, I did get to spend seven hours in lovely BWI Airport. I won’t name the name of this airline that refused to let anyone know what was happening for hours and waited seven hours to cancel the flight — but I will say I was not free to move about the country.
On the downside, my drive to and from the airport was a complete waste of emissions. But back on the bright side, I have decided to go for the six-hour train ride today — not sure I could’ve gotten on a decent flight today anyway if I had wanted to risk it, but I didn’t wait around the airport at 9:30 pm to find out. I haven’t done the math, but I do think the train emits fewer emissions.
I was headed for a mini vacation, which has now been reduced in duration by 25%. I don’t expect to be blogging too much over the next few days, and I think in any case there is no point in further responding to the Deniers on an earlier post, since they keep repeating arguments that have long since been scientifically debunked (e.g. the sun is to blame for current warming).