Delta Air Lines prepares for CORSIA compliance as worries emerge over scheme

Published 05:09 on April 21, 2017  /  Last updated at 05:09 on April 21, 2017  /  Americas, Aviation, Climate Talks, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, US, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

With the rules dictating what types of offsets can be used under the UN’s aviation carbon market still unclear, Delta Air Lines - one of the world’s top three carriers - is hoping that credits it bought to offset growth after 2012 can be used to inform the company’s new compliance obligations from 2021.

With the rules dictating what types of offsets can be used under the UN’s aviation carbon market still unclear, Delta Air Lines – one of the world’s top three carriers – is hoping that credits it bought to offset growth after 2012 can be used to inform the company’s new compliance obligations from 2021.

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