Polish plan to scrap free airline CO2 units finds tepid support from EU nations, but backers optimistic

Published 18:05 on March 5, 2020  /  Last updated at 18:37 on March 5, 2020  /  Aviation/CORSIA, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

A Polish pitch to eliminate free carbon allowance allocations for aircraft operators failed to muster majority support at a meeting of EU environment ministers Thursday, but backers are optimistic the idea found enough backers to help it make its way into formal ETS reform proposals next year.

A Polish pitch to eliminate free carbon allowance allocations for aircraft operators failed to muster majority support at a meeting of EU environment ministers Thursday, but backers are optimistic the idea found enough backers to help it make its way into formal ETS reform proposals next year.

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