The Guardian, 9 September 2009
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9 septembre 2009
"An agreement to cap aviation emissions must be reached at the UN climate talks in Copenhagen if countries are to meet targets to combat global warming, according to the committee set up to advise the government on the issue.
"Rich countries should take the lead, ensuring their aviation emissions are no higher or lower than they were in 2005 by 2050, the climate change committee said in a letter to ministers.
"In advance of the December meeting in Denmark, the committee said any deal to reduce emissions from flying should be "ambitious", and the aim should be for no less than the EU's current plan which require a 5% reduction in emissions from 2013 to 2020."