Air cargo industry holds its breath over climate change funding

The air cargo industry and its customers will be holding their breath over the next few weeks as they wait anxiously for the results of the Climate Change Conference (COP 21) taking place as this article appears.
The big question is: will international aviation and maritime transport be included in the new planned Treaty to replace the Kyoto protocol (if agreed by world leaders).
More pertinently, will the aviation and maritime sectors through their respective UN organisations, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and International Maritime Organization (IMO) have done enough to convince world leaders that they have made sufficient progress in introducing plans to mitigate and reduce emissions in these sectors?
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