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Question of the Day (07-Oct-20)

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Ahead of the forthcoming Copenhagen climate talks, the UK government asked the Climate Change Committee to advise on what should be done about emissions from aviation in the UK. The committee estimated that the aviation industry will have to cut emissions from planes back to their 2005 level by 2050. That is much more permissive than the overall UK target of cutting emissions 80% on 1990 levels by 2050. However, the failure of aviation to play its full part could mean that the rest of the economy has to reduce its emissions by 90% instead of 80%.
Which of the following can be inferred from the above?
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 1)It might be easier for the aviation industry to make the leap to zero carbon emissions rather than trying to reduce it by 80%.
 2)The overall target of cutting emissions by 2050 is less than 80% of the 1990 levels.
 3)The UK may have to cut emissions by 90% by 2050 so the aviation sector can continue to grow.
 4)Aviation Sector in the UK contributes 80% of the overall emissions.
 5)An 80% reduction in emissions may not impact the performance of the Aviation industry in the UK.

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