With less than two years to go until the first voluntary phase of the United Nations’ Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (Corsia) takes effect, and less than one month until the final deadline for the world’s airlines to submit their emissions-monitoring plans, the International Civil Aviation Organization says it is “on track” to deliver the long-awaited market-based measure. Airlines are expected to learn by the middle of this year ...

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