The European Union has won a critical battle in its efforts to include aviation in its emissions trading system, with a judge advocate opinion roundly rejecting a challenge brought by the U.S. Air Transport Association and backed by others. The judge, Juliane Kokott, in the non-binding ruling the court generally follows, argues that “the inclusion of international aviation in the EU emissions trading scheme is compatible with the provisions and principles of international law invoked.” ...
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