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Nations, Airlines Are Set To Agree To Limits On Aircraft Carbon Emissions - But It's Mostly For Show

Representatives of 191 nations and nearly 1,400 airlines around the world almost certainly will agree sometime this week or next in Montreal to cap global commercial aviation’s carbon emissions over the next 35 years. The real question is whether doing so will matter much. Leaders of the global airline industry and the [...]
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