Month: July 2017

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The Trump, The Paris Climate Agreement & The CORSIA

So what can we say? Trump… …… failing something happening to him between now and January 2017, he is now a certainty to become the 45th President of The United States. It was only a month ago that we were announcing the monumental ratification and signing of the Global Climate Change for the aviation industry with synergy between USA, China and Russia. Pretty remarkable considering the number of years this has been on the table at the specialised agency of the United Nations, ICAO and the number of issues that have had to be overcome to get a general...

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Meeting at IATA

cutting edge of efforts. Corsia 80% the whole industry behind this for 7 years. From vision to reality aviation climate solutions airline outcome. we are working with IATA and airlines Paul Steele based on 8 billion ieta will mrv registry emission units Capacity building 267 members global aviation dialogues...

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Aircraft Pollution Measures Heat Up

As the ICAO kicks off  today, it is widely expected that many of the countries will ratify with the ICAO global market based measures. GMBM will be at the event from 5th October to report on concluding agreements that have been...

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Brazil Unlikely to Join ICAO GMBM initially

In an article written by Bloomberg, Mark Lutes has been quoted as saying that “it will be very disappointing in Brazil does not join the ICAO from the outset” The actual quote is below:- Brazil, currently responsible for less than 1 percent of global aviation emissions, is seen as key to the effort’s success because its aviation industry is forecast to nearly double in terms of passengers by 2034, according to the International Air Transport Association. Mark Lutes, senior global climate policy adviser at WWF International, said it would be disappointing if Brazil doesn’t join the accord at the...

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