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New ICAO Aviation & Climate Pact: Fly The Earth-Friendly Skies!

Meeting in Canada the first week of this month at the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organization meeting, world governments adopted an International Aviation Climate Change Agreement. The agreement is a global market-based measure limiting the net carbon dioxide emissions of aircraft. The aviation industry produces 2% of global greenhouse emissions. ClimateNexus reports that aviation emissions are projected to [&hellip New ICAO Aviation & Climate Pact: Fly The Earth-Friendly Skies! was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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