The EU is “not wedded” to its emissions trading system (ETS) and would be willing to begin negotiating a global deal to reduce aviation greenhouse gas emissions, but it will retain its much-maligned ETS while an agreement is worked out. During a sometimes contentious ETS panel discussion at the Singapore air show Aviation Leadership Summit Feb. 13, Matthew Baldwin, director general for mobility and transport (DG-MOVE) for the European Commission, spent much of his time defending ETS and the ...
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