Carriers oppose EU's 2012 emissions cap plan

06/26/2008 | BusinessGreen (U.K.) · International Herald Tribune · NYTimes.com

Lawmakers in the EU reached an agreement to cap airline emissions in 2012, adding European and foreign carriers to Europe's emissions-trading system. A group representing the world's airlines said carriers cannot afford to participate because of the surging cost of jet fuel, and U.S. airlines also strongly oppose the plan. Meanwhile, the EU has contacted U.S. presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama to discuss the plan.

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