Six European countries have written to ICAO expressing concerns about the sustainability criteria of the CORSIA aviation emissions offsetting scheme as members prepare to meet to try to finalize regulations for the scheme. France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Finland and Norway have all expressed concerns over the scheme, which is scheduled to begin operating in a voluntary stage in 2021, but with airlines needing to begin mandatory tracking and reporting their CO2 emissions from the ...

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