EU surrenders on aviation in ETS

MEPs and member states give in to pressure from third countries to exclude foreign aviation from emissions trading obligations.

MEPs and member state negotiators reached a deal last night (4 March) to change the rules of the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) that will essentially exempt non-EU airlines from having to pay for their CO2 emissions.

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