A step closer to trains replacing plane journeys
A Morocco-Spain Chunnel will provide a land rail link between Africa and Europe.
John McGrath asks if a China-Africa link will follow, and then a railway across the Bering Strait.
Maybe in the long run we can link most of the world by rail, and save plane journeys for Australia, New Zealand, other islands, and major emergencies. That would be a nice end run around the difficult problem of air travel emissions.