johnstewartlondon has written 5 posts for Aviation Justice

Halfway through the tour!

I’m halfway through my tour of America talking with activists about the success of the Heathrow Third Runway Campaign. I have spoken with groups in New York, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Chicago. And yet I haven’t moved from my office in Inner London. That wasn’t the original plan! But, when I was denied entry to the … Continue reading

John Stewart’s story

I have been denied entry to the United States. I was coming to America for a series of meetings and talks organized by the Aviation Justice Express. I had been invited, along with Scottish community activist Dan Glass, to talk about the successful campaign which defeated plans for a third runway at London’s Heathrow Airport. … Continue reading

“Why Noise Matters” book just released

Our new book, Why Noise Matters (Routledge, 2011) is the first major work to put the issue of noise pollution in the wider political context. It also makes a compelling case that noise pollution is not just hurting people – noise is the pollutant which disturbs more people in their daily lives than any other … Continue reading

US airlines attack European market-based solutions

It’s the market-base solution the US is fighting against. It is called the European Union Environmental Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and it has caused an almighty row between the US and Europe, which has ended up in the European courts. The EU ETS has been in place for some years but what has caused the … Continue reading

John Stewart on aviation justice

John Stewart was a key organizer in the successful decade-long campaign to stop the expansion of London’s Heathrow Airport. He’s one of the speakers on the Aviation Justice Express tour this October. “The way aviation currently operates is deeply unjust.  Aviation contributes 5% of global emissions.  Its emissions are rising faster than just about any … Continue reading