A giant green trade setback

The EU's proposed aviation action was the world's first attempt to affect other countries' climate policy, but the region's backdown means its back to the drawing board.

The European Union's postponement from regulation of airline emissions outside its airspace takes carbon border tariffs off the international trade agenda.

Policymakers will have to go back to the drawing board on how to devise multilateral climate action in the absence of an elusive global deal.


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