Progress on cutting aviation emissions is hampered by supply concerns, but shipping is navigating even trickier waters

There was some hard lobbying for shipping and aviation to be brought into the scope of the Paris climate agreement in 2015. Their carbon emissions grew at double the rate of other sectors between 1990 and 2010, and without radical action there is a danger they will hoover up...

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biofuels  transport  logistics  Aviation  shipping  Paris Agreement  emissions 

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