The world air transport industry managed to come through the UNFCCC COP16 climate talks in Cancun unscathed and with ICAO's role as the proper forum to address aviation emissions firmly established. Although delegates agreed to create a Green Climate Fund to help developing nations cope with climate change, no determination was made on how to pay for it and aviation was not mentioned. The Advisory Group on Climate Change Finance, an unofficial committee created at the request of UN ...

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