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The world is about to get tough on aviation emissions. Here’s what you need to know.

Airline emissions make up 2.5 percent of annual CO2 emissions — but they weren’t part of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. Here’s a run-down of what a new cap on aviation emissions will — and won’t — achieve. On Oct. 6, countries established new rules to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from aviation. The International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) […]
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