EU, Trasport

Including best-in-class planes in EU taxonomy is ‘pure greenwashing’

Non-profit T&E says aircraft manufacturers need to focus their efforts and investments on building zero-emissions planes ‘that are truly green’. The inclusion of “best-in-class” airlines in the EU taxonomy, aimed to show which investments are sustainable, would “greenwash” the aviation industry, according to Brussels-based environmental organisation Transport and Environment. The ...

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