UNFCCC climate talks in Cancun (COP16) ended early Saturday morning with ICAO firmly established as the proper forum for addressing aviation's role and responsibilities regarding emissions, according to air transport industry officials attending the event. In a clear sign of this development, aviation was not mentioned in the agreement that emerged from the meeting. As had been anticipated, COP16 created a "Green Climate Fund" intended to provide financial aid to developing ...

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