Manion Strategic Design Consultants has proposed the design of a high-speed rail, called Aeroslider, to travel far away and reduce emissions from air travel.
Greta Thunberg, a Swedish climate activist, crossed the Atlantic from London on a non-atmospheric ship to attend the UN Climate Action Summit in New York in September 2019.
But this environmental decision made her trip take two weeks instead of eight hours. The team proposed a transportation model design that reduces the damage of long-distance travel to the environment and climate, without sacrificing speed.
The train does not run on a normal track, but passes through a series of magnetic rings at an altitude of 20 meters in the air, at speeds of up to 800 kilometers per hour, the average speed of the aircraft.
"This train will be slower than the pilot, but more efficiently," Kalou told Fast Company. "This is not just an optimistic imagination, but a real necessity. Future duties and taxes on CO2 will make flights very expensive."
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