Aviation may need CO2 price of $200/t to drive switch to cleaner fuels -experts

Published 14:57 on October 2, 2018  /  Last updated at 14:57 on October 2, 2018  /  Aviation, International, New Market Mechanisms, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Aviation needs to impose a carbon price as high as $200/tonne to incentivise a switch to cleaner fuels and reach zero emissions without offsetting by 2060 in order to align with the Paris Agreement, an expert group told industry leaders on Tuesday.

Aviation needs to impose a carbon price as high as $200/tonne to incentivise a switch to cleaner fuels and reach zero emissions without offsetting by 2060 in order to align with the Paris Agreement, an expert group told industry leaders on Tuesday.

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