European Parliament yesterday voted as expected to include aviation in the EU's Emissions Trading System from 2011 and to place tighter pollution caps on airlines than initially had been proposed by the European Commission. The move sets up a likely legal challenge from the US and any number of nations opposed to the EU's unilateral action. The EP voted to include international flights to and from EU airports and intra-EU flights in the ETS from 2011. The EC had proposed bringing non-EC ...

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