Europe set for tough debate on curbing aircraft emissions

Giles, Jim
August 2005
Nature;8/11/2005, Vol. 436 Issue 7052, p764
Academic Journal
Reports on the plan of the European Commission to release a proposal to reduce aircraft emissions. Use of emissions trading to limit emissions from other European industries; Percentage of global greenhouse gases emitted by the aviation industry; Difficulty of quantifying the impact of airline emissions.


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