Differing views on climate change in Washington and Brussels threaten to further stress transatlantic relations
U.S. and European authorities risk a legal collision over measures to curb the environmental impact of commercial aviation. U.S. officials are warning the government will consider legal action against the European Union should it try to implement emissions charges on all airlines departing from commercial airports within the EU. They are also opposed to any U.S. airline operating from the EU being drawn into the proposed extension to aviation of the EU's emissions trading scheme. ...
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