With international aviation climate efforts diluted, EU considers beefing up its own laws

Published 17:16 on July 7, 2020  /  Last updated at 00:22 on July 8, 2020  /  Aviation/CORSIA, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

The EU is re-examining its climate policy for airlines, including a potential return to covering foreign flights in its carbon market, after the UN’s CORSIA international aviation offsetting scheme was effectively put on ice last week.

The EU is re-examining its climate policy for airlines, including a potential return to covering foreign flights in its carbon market, after the UN’s CORSIA international aviation offsetting scheme was effectively put on ice last week.

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