Rich and poor countries split on aviation emissions

The EU may have to compromise on how responsibility is split between rich and poor countries in a landmark UN plan to limit aviation CO2 emissions, due to be agreed at the International Civil Aviation Organization later this year

The EU may have to compromise on how responsibility is split between rich and poor countries in a landmark UN plan to limit aviation CO2 emissions, due to be agreed at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) later this year.

As the Global Aviation Dialogues (GLADs) closed in Utrecht on Friday, where a range of member state, industry and NGO stakeholders discussed a market-based measure (MBM) to limit emissions, observers noted that discussions over differentiated responsibility have made little progress.

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