Shipping and aviation carbon pricing could finance $100bn climate fund

Will Nichols
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European finance ministers say new levies could help drive global carbon-cutting efforts

EU finance ministers have proposed that a system of carbon pricing for the shipping and aviation industries could pay for the $100bn a year climate fund agreed at last year's Cancun summit. In a statement...

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