The inclusion of international aviation in the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is fully compliant with international law and all relevant international agreements, Europe’s highest court said in a preliminary opinion Thursday. The EU in 2008 adopted a directive including aviation in its existing ETS, requiring all airlines—including those from non-EU countries—to acquire and surrender emission allowances for their flights from and to European airports from ...

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