Eleven million tourists could ditch their holidays to the Balearics and Spain as a reult of a new European Union plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions. The European Union wants to increase the use of sustainable fuels by aircrafts and ships and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transport sectors. It will also introduce higher taxes on aviation fuels and tickets and tighten current caps on carbon emissions.
11 million tourists to ditch their Spanish holidays due to higher costs
New European Union plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
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