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For it's government’s decision to impose restrictions to all international flights leaving Netherlands

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, one of Europe’s busiest aviation hubs, is to be forced to limit the number of international flights and passengers it handles under the Dutch government’s plans to cut carbon emissions — a move that has triggered airline concerns. Dutch officials announced on March 17 that it would impose restrictions on all international flights leaving the Netherlands in order to reach its climate goals. Aviation accounts for around 2-3% of the world’s planet-warming pollution, but a country’s share of those emissions can be quite high, especially for smaller nations that handle a lot of flights. And some have targeted aviation to reduce their overall climate footprint and meet their climate promises.

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  • Gorffly mokua

    65 w

    Great step! But let them seek for a more sustainable solutions!

    • Elizabeth Gathigia

      65 w

      Great steps taken than will lead to reduction of carbon emissions

    • Munene Mugambi

      65 w

      This is such a good move for carbon emissions reduction

    • Tabitha Kimani

      65 w

      They should advocate for alternative clean energy. Again the climate crisis requires serious actions from carbon emitters.

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