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UN Group grants airline green house gas emission tracking standards

8 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

UN group approves the standards for measuring how much airline need to reduce the growth of greenhouse gas emission from the aircrafts.
The environmentalists call it a significant step, but they are wary about a change that they fear could slow down the wider use of bio-fuels.
The airline standards were approved Wednesday in Montreal by the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization.
Under a 2016 agreement, the airlines that fly international routes are to begin measuring their emissions next January 1, 2019. Those measurements will be used to determine how much airlines need...
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