Governments of more than 20 countries—including the US, China, Russia, India and Brazil—have agreed on a joint declaration opposing the inclusion of aviation in the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) starting in 2012, India Ministry of Civil Aviation joint secretary Prashant Sukul confirmed to ATW at the World Route Development Forum in Berlin. Three more countries have agreed on the content but still need to complete "internal administrative processes" before ...

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