Fold or fight? That is the question China, Russia, the U.S. and others now face as they decide whether to use political muscle to overturn the European Union's inclusions of airlines in its emissions trading system (ETS). The new era of making airlines pay for their CO2 emissions, which began Jan. 1, started under a continued cloud of uncertainty, even after the European Court of Justice threw its weight behind the EU legislation which was being challenged by U.S. and Canadian carriers, ...


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