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IATA Global Media Days is taking place 6-7 December in Geneva with some 100 journalists. Access all media material developed for this major press conference.
Qatar Airways the first to use the IATA Clearing House on the ACE platform for trading carbon credits
Supported by a flagship research, the article makes the case for the feasibility of reaching the aviation net-zero targets.
The article shed light on the new aviation carbon exchange - a step forward towards more sustainable flying.
Michael Schneider, IATA's Assistant Director Aviation Environment explains why credible offsetting projects remain an important part of aviation's environmental action.