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Airlines are to cough up for cross-border flight pollution

CIVIL aviation accounts for perhaps only 2% of manmade carbon emissions. Add in other pollutants, such as contrails and nitrous oxide, and the industry’s overall contribution to climate change might be twice that figure. That may not seem much. But the sector is growing rapidly.
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