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Ryanair among Europe's ten worst pollution sources

”When it comes to climate is Ryanair the new coal,” says Andrew Murphy, flygchef at the european association of T&E, in a press release.

Top ten list of the biggest emitters of carbon dioxide in Europe have exclusively listed by coal-fired power plants. Ryanair placed among utsläppsjättarna on a combination of the historical, according to T&E.

increased Ryanair's emissions by 6.9 per cent in 2018. Carbon dioxide emissions from air traffic in Europe increased by an average of 4.9 per cent, while emissions from other sectors of the law fell by 3.9 per cent.

Last year registered the EU Emissions Trading System, a decrease of 3.8 per cent of the greenhouse gases. While countries like Germany and the Uk phasing out kolanläggningar to limit emissions, the magazine writes Bloomberg.

This is while the pollution from the airlines has increased by approximately two-thirds since 2005.

reflects Europe's failure to introduce effective measures to curb the rampant flygplansutsläppen of greenhouse gases, which do not have tax on fuel or vat on tickets:

”This trend will only continue until Europe realizes that this understated and underreglerade sector need to be adjusted, with the beginning of a tax on kerosene and the introduction of the mandate is forcing airlines to switch to nollutsläppsbränsle.”, says Andrew Murphy of T&E.

the Debate about flygutsläppen has been a hot political issue in Sweden.

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