Aviation giants call for CORSIA carbon offsetting scheme to be cleared for take-off

James Murray
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Air Transport Action Group call on more states to embrace voluntary phase of imminent carbon offsetting scheme

Some of the world's largest aviation companies have called for governments to step up efforts to deliver a new international carbon offsetting scheme for the industry. The International Civil Aviation...

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