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Kosovo’s airspace reopened yesterday (3 April) for civilian overflights for the first time in 15 years. A boon to Macedonia, not all of the Balkan country's neighbors are pleased.
MEPs voted in favor of a watered down deal on aviation emissions on 3 April, after the EU Commission backed down from its own proposal a day before.
The Mayor of London has announced a new programme, which will see car makers and other entities invest £31 million in a demonstration project for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles using standardised refuelling infrastructure.
The European Commission urged the bloc's Parliament to exempt international flights from paying for their carbon emissions yesterday (2 April), retreating from its own proposal on the eve of a binding vote amid pressure from national governments.
In a late night debate in the Brussels parliamentary chamber, Europe's climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard told members to back a weakened compromise rather than her own agency's proposal to regulate the portion of international flights over EU territory.