EU emissions fall as aviation carbon trading spat intensifies

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Latest report on emissions trading system shows two per cent drop in emissions despite growth, but 10 airlines withhold data

Power plants and factories covered by the EU's emissions trading system (EU ETS) cut their greenhouse gas output by more than two per cent last year, despite Europe's modest economic recovery. But the...

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