Airlines call for broad, international CO2 regulations, fear contending with a ‘patchwork quilt’ of taxes and charges.
Airlines call for broad, international CO2 regulations, fear contending with ‘patchwork quilt’ Airlines around the globe generally have come to accept that regulation of their carbon dioxide emissions is inevitable. But while understanding that CO2 regulations will become a fact of doing business, the air transport industry is furiously pushing government authorities to impose the standards on a global basis, preferably through ICAO. Commercial aviation’s ...
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