The Paris Agreement focusing on the reduction of emissions and overall achievement of climate neutrality has initiated efforts to reduce carbon emissions throughout the aviation industry. Airlines are one of the major emitters of carbon dioxide, and air travel is forecast to double by 2030. However, aviation had not been included in the agreement until now.
More than sixty governments have pledged to participate in the program, which is centered around making.
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 quest...
The airline industry agreed Thursday on a framework for reducing its carbon footprint at a UN meeting in Montreal, making it the first commercial sector on its own to tackle climate change.
Indonesia's parliament ratified the Paris climate change agreement on Wednesday, obligating one of the world's biggest polluters to limit its carbon emissions.
Over 170 countries agreed to sign a historic climate deal in Paris. Such a unified effort to lower carbon emissions has never occurred earlier, but it will require stronger initiative than mere diplomacy, caution environmentalists. ...