EU nations are expected to side with European Commission proposals to modify the emissions baseline for the UN’s CORSIA international flight offsetting mechanism this week, even as the bloc's executive expects the changes to eliminate airlines’ buying requirements until the mid-2020s.
EU nations are expected to side with a European Commission proposal to modify the emissions baseline for the UN’s CORSIA international flight offsetting mechanism this week, even as the bloc’s executive expects the changes to eliminate airlines’ carbon credit demand until the mid-2020s.
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