Aviation in the Emissions Trading Scheme: What happened in 2012 under Stop the Clock

In-depth analysis of what happened under the first year of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme incorporating aviation’s carbon pollution. Under ‘Stop the Clock‘, a reduced scope from the original proposals, all intra-EU flights had to account for their emissions from 2012 onwards. Was it a success? Who complied and who didn’t? What should the EU do next? Read the blog here.

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December 31, 2013