European lawmakers across several major political groupings want to slash the number of carbon allowances airlines get for free under the EU ETS and transfer the tens of millions of units to industry, a senior MEP told Carbon Pulse.
(Updates with Liese’s comments saying nations that don’t join CORSIA should have their airlines regulated once again under the EU ETS)
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