Aviation emissions from passenger jets could be growing much faster than previously thought

Madeleine Cuff
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Aviation emissions growth may be 70 per cent higher than previously thought | Credit: Guvendemir
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Aviation emissions growth may be 70 per cent higher than previously thought | Credit: Guvendemir

New analysis from International Council on Clean Transportation finds commercial aviation emissions have shot up by a third since 2013

Carbon emissions from commercial aviation could be growing much faster than industry predictions, according to new analysis released today by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)...

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