LONDON—Travelers are increasingly considering airlines’ sustainability efforts when they select a carrier, attendees at a conference on aviation’s environmental impact were warned. The event also heard calls for governments to modify current ‘carbon taxes’ to more actively encourage decarbonizing measures and suggestions that the most efficient use of fuel may require airlines to return to making refueling stops on long-haul flights.  “Public ...

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