Climate Deal Seen as a Win for Airlines, Less So for EarthBy
UN accord for flight emissions will take effect in 2020
Enviromentalists say deal lets airlines off too easy
The United Nations accord reached Thursday to clean up pollution from international aviation may cost airlines as much as $23.9 billion annually by 2035. The companies see it as a victory.
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