As international pressure mounts against Europe's attempt to make airlines pay for emissions, progress is being made on a global plan that offers the best hope of preventing a political standoff from turning into a full-blown trade war. The inclusion in the European Union's emissions trading system (ETS) of non-European carriers that operate in the region has raised the ire of governments around the world. And as the first deadline to buy emissions credits draws closer, Europe's refusal ...


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