Political compromises made to achieve consensus on a global carbon-offsetting scheme for international aviation will leave a “gaping hole” in the Paris Agreement to limit the impact of greenhouse-gas emissions on climate change, a coalition of environmental groups say. The agreement adopted by 195 countries in December 2015 aims to limit global average temperature increases to 1.5C (345F) above pre-industrial levels, but only includes the domestic emissions of each ...

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