ATA advances greenhouse gas concerns with lawmakers

04/29/2009 | Green Air

With more restrictive EPA guidelines for aircraft greenhouse gas emissions considered likely and the proposed Waxman-Markey bill under discussion, the airline industry is working to ensure lawmakers consider airlines' concerns about cap-and-trade schemes, fuel-efficiency targets and other initiatives. "You can't set the same fuel efficiency target for every industry, because each has a different record going into a cap-and-trade scheme and different opportunities for abatement of their greenhouse gases," said ATA Vice President Nancy Young.

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