NGO proposes four options to help airlines tackle climate change when they meet to discuss the issue at crunch meeting this Autumn
Obama administration faces second major opportunity to prove climate commitment when UN aviation body meets to discuss plans to reduce greenhouse gases from sector
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Bloc comes under fire from airlines following its decision to suspend the inclusion of international airlines in its carbon trading scheme for one year.
The EU is preparing to ‘stop the clock’ on aviation’s inclusion in its carbon trading scheme, and has given the UN’s international aviation authority 12 months to resolve the situation
Virgin Atlantic lays out the potential carbon and cost savings from using innovative software to track flight efficiency, in its 2012 sustainability report.
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Director General of IATA and Saudi Arabian government have become the latest to speak out against the controversial scheme.
Emissions measurement system to begin in 2013 as precursor to maritime inclusion in carbon market.
Bill to stop US airlines taking part in EU emissions trading to be rushed through before Senate goes to recess on Friday.
UK minister says threats to airline industry from EU-ETS are serious, but Connie Hedegaard denies any chance of policy u-turn
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Aerospace firm appointed to undertake $45m testing phase of environmentally friendly fuels for rockets and satellites.
Heathrow is expected to handle more than 70 million passengers this year. That’s a lot of carbon. Heathrow’s head of climate change discusses what they are doing to shrink their footprint.
After latest meeting of countries opposed to the EU’s aviation carbon trading regulations, the industry says emissions should be the focus; legal loophole could leave decision to Burkina Faso, Morocco, and Swaziland.
Groups including Oxfam and Greenpeace weigh in as politicians and lobby groups raise the stakes and trade increasingly bold accusations.
The lights are on but the jury is out as other nations join India in reassessing their energy security following the country’s massive blackout and the US-EU aviation row turns nasty.