BBC.com’s science and technology site is working on a series titled “Building Tomorrow,” which follows a successful series regarding what life might be like in the cities of 2050.
This series is looking at some broader topics about life in the future, and one topic involves easing the congestion in our skies. BB.com is looking for an aviation expert within NIAR who would be interested in writing a piece.
The article would be a 1,000-1,200-word piece on how air travel will have to change in the future, what new technology will be used, what will be done to prevent our airways from becoming clogged and how we can make the aircraft plying our skies less polluting. BBC.com wants someone who can write about three or four different topics possibly including the FAA’s next-gen; cleaner and greener aircraft designs; floating airports; and cleaner, greener aircraft designs.
The deadline is September 25. If you are interested, contact Tracee by the end of the week.