Air New Zealand is proposing tighter carbon offset requirements under the country’s emissions trading scheme (ETS), a move spurred by the carrier’s extensive sustainability initiative. The New Zealand government is reviewing ETS, and Air New Zealand has made a submission recommending the removal of an exemption that essentially halves the offsets needed by airlines and certain other industries. Known as the “two-for-one” provision, the exemption lets companies in ...

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