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Obama fails first climate test by rejecting EU aviation carbon regime

guardian.co.uk (1 year and 7 months ago)

Nov 28, 2012

President disappoints campaigners by signing bill into law that exempts US airlines from European carbon trading schemeBarack Obama signed a law on Tuesday excluding US airlines from the European Union's carbon trading scheme and delivering a blow to campaigners' hopes for stronger climate action during the president's second term.Environmental campaigners had urged Obama to veto the aviation bill as a sign of his commitment to fighting... full story

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