EU's battle to curb aviation emissions set for a bumpy ride

Will Nichols
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Brussels hopes only charging airlines for emissions in its airspace will advance a global deal this week - but take-off is likely to be delayed

EU plans to limit the scope of its aviation emissions regulations in the hope of securing an industry-wide global deal have this week met with strong criticism from green groups. The European Commission...

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