Environmental Groups Urge Tougher U.S. Carbon Standard For Aircraft

U.S. environment groups support the electrification of regional aviation, with aircraft such as the Heart ES-19.
Credit: Heart Aerospace
Environmental groups have renewed their call for the U.S. government to set a tougher rule for aircraft greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions than the CO2 certification standard agreed by ICAO. In the final days of the Trump administration in December 2020, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...
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