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UN agreement aimed at capping aviation CO2 emissions

Advances in aviation may seem to have made the world a whole lot smaller, but they've also had a huge environmental impact. With this in mind, the International Civil Aviation Organisation and United Nations have agreed on a new global market-based measure, aimed at offsetting carbon emissions from air travel and mapping out a more efficient, sustainable future for air travel.
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