Switzerland does not agree with the European Commission’s unilateral decision to consider flights between the country and the EU as “intra-EU” and thus exclude them of the scope of stop-the-clock procedure of the EU emissions trading system (EU ETS) for aviation. “Switzerland is negotiating with the EU on linking the respective ETS systems. The negotiations cover both, the stationary installations and aviation. As long as there is no agreement on this linking, Switzerland is a third ...
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