Green groups tell EU to stand firm as aviation emissions case goes to court

Will Nichols
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European Court of Justice will today hear US airlines say that including aviation emissions in EU's cap and trade scheme is illegal

Green groups are urging European policymakers not to back down in the face of intense US pressure to exclude the country's airlines from EU plans to include airlines in its emissions trading scheme (ETS)...

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