IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani, speaking at the Wings Club in New York last month, reminded governments that the air transport industry needs their leadership to help airlines reduce emissions. "Governments need to stimulate the economy with green investments like biofuel research or with tax breaks for new fuel-efficient aircraft purchases," he said. He also called for a "global approach to climate change." Bisignani told attendees he was "pleased to see that [President Obama's] agenda ...

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