Airline emissions deal may start six years late as nations backtrack at ICAO

Published 17:03 on August 22, 2016  /  Last updated at 18:40 on August 22, 2016  /  Aviation/CORSIA, Climate Talks, EU ETS, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

Airlines may only be forced to offset their emissions growth from 2027, six years later than originally agreed, as government negotiators craft ever-wider exemptions in an effort to strike a global deal in October at UN aviation body ICAO.

Airlines may only be forced to offset their emissions growth from 2027, six years later than originally agreed, as government negotiators craft ever-wider exemptions in an effort to strike a global deal in October at UN aviation body ICAO.

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