Airline Watchdog Said to Weigh 2 Forest Credits for OffsetsBy
ICAO wants to ensure new aviation carbon market is credible
Nations meet May 11 to continue talks on planned program
The International Civil Aviation Organization is considering new rules that would require airlines to buy two forest-protection emission credits for each metric ton of carbon dioxide, double the typical amount, amid concern over the permits’ environmental credibility, according to two people with direct knowledge of negotiations.
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