02 Nov '11, 2pm

Another Challenge to Europe's Airline Emissions Curbs: China and United States are among 26 countries backing a

Bloomberg News A charge for emissions? American carriers at Heathrow Airport in London. In another challenge to the European Union’s plan to regulate emissions from the world’s airlines, 26 countries including China and the United States are backing a resolution urging that non-European airlines be exempted. A debate on the resolution is anticipated on Wednesday at a meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization , an arm of the United Nations, in Montreal. A draft of the resolution viewed this week by The International Herald Tribune argues that European plan “poses major challenges and risks for aircraft operators.” It warns that other countries could introduce retaliatory rival measures, “bringing about a chaotic situation adversely affecting the sustainability of air transport.” Under a law approved by the European Union three years ago, airlines landing at o...

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