Tuesday 15 May 2012
EU airline carbon cash should help fill climate fundReuters | 15 May 2012
BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - EU nations should pledge that funds from paying for airline emissions will help poor countries deal with global warming, the bloc's climate chief said on Tuesday, after finance ministers stopped short of a firm commitment.
EU says India, China violate carbon lawReuters | 15 May 2012
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A total of 10 Chinese and Indian commercial airlines have broken EU law requiring them to offset their carbon emissions, while all other international carriers flying to or from Europe have complied, the European Union's climate chief said on Tuesday.
EU hails airline emissions tax successGuardian Unlimited | 15 May 2012
More than 99% of major airlines comply with first step of Europe's scheme to charge them for carbon emissionsMore than 99% of all major global airlines have complied with the first step of Europe's controversial scheme to charge them for their carbon emissions.The inclusion of aviation in the...
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