European diplomats criticise UN plan to curb airline emissions

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ICAO blueprint criticised for having too many exemptions to be credible, too little detail to be trustworthy and for contradicting Paris climate deal

A draft UN plan to offset the air industry's surging growth in emissions contains too many exemptions to be credible and too little detail to be trustworthy, European diplomats say. Aviation is one...

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