As airlines grapple with the challenges of implementing the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme, it turns about that most passengers don't really care very much about offsetting their flights. Dutch bank ING's economic survey team interviewed travelers about their opinion on their CO2 output, asking if they cared about the environmental impact. According to the survey of 41,900 passengers, only 3% actively try to offset their emissions while a further 12% make a minor effort. A ...

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