The UK House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee asked the government to "urgently seek reform of the Chicago Convention so as to allow governments to impose a tax on international aviation fuel," arguing that declining oil prices make such a policy "especially timely and desirable." In a report assessing the government's fiscal stimulus package on the environment published Monday, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury Angela Eagle noted that the UK "certainly has been pushing" for a ...

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