ICAO’s climate change working group will meet again in March to assess the three remaining options for a global emissions trading scheme and to tackle the thorny issue of how developing nations will be integrated into such a system. Speaking via video link to the Aviation Carbon 2013 conference in London in February, ICAO Environment Unit chief Jane Hupe said, “Since the last Assembly, significant work has been undertaken on this issue. This work has enabled the narrowing ...

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