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Page 1 Environmental Trends and Feasibility of Goals ICAO Secretariat
Page 2 Aviation in context: contributions across Social, Economic and Environmental pillars of Sustainable Development © ICAO 2013 Global Economy 2 Fast, reliable, and safe mode of transport No comparative alternatives for long haul passenger transport
Page 3 ICAO Environmental Goals © ICAO 2013 Mitigate Implement Limit or reduce the number of people affected by significant aircraft noise Limit or reduce the impact of aviation GHG emissions on global climate Limit or reduce the impact of aviation emissions on local air quality Minimize the adverse effect of global civil aviation on the environment 3 Quantify
Page 4 CAEP Noise Trends © ICAO 2013
Page 5 CAEP NOx Trends (LAQ) © ICAO 2013
Page 6 Historic Trend in Fuel Efficiency © ICAO 2013
Page 7 Measuring Fuel Efficiency Changes ICAO CO 2 Reporting and Analysis System (ICORAS) – Requested by A37 – Integrates and verifies measured fuel consumption and RTK data from States with modelled results – For more information, see special presentation © ICAO 2013
Page 8 CAEP International Aviation Net CO 2 Emissions Trends © ICAO 2013
Page 9 Conclusions Noise, LAQ, CO 2 emissions expected to grow slower than demand. Achievement of goals requires action beyond that evaluated. This is challenging, but not impossible. Important to find solution that will allow aviation to grow sustainably and continue delivering benefits. © ICAO 2013
Page 10 For more information on our activities, please visit ICAO’ website: © ICAO 2013
Page 1 States’ Action Plans and Assistance to States ICAO Secretariat.
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April 9-11, 2001 Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation A European Perspective on Noise Ingemar Skogö.
Page 1 SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE FUELS FOR AVIATION ICAO Secretariat.
ICAO’s WORK on AVIATION EMISSIONS Jane Hupe Chief, Environmental Unit Montreal, 16 September 2007 Presentation to ICAO/McGill Conference on Aviation Safety,
Federal Aviation Administration NextGen Environmental Management System (EMS)
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Holly Kunz Rebecca Vredenburgh Methodist University The Impact of Aviation on the U. S. Economy.
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Transport Policy as an Enabling Framework for Green Growth in South Africa Ngwako Makaepea Department of Transport 18 May 2010.
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Aviation & Climate Change: CO 2 & other impacts 21 October 2015 Professor Alice Bows-Larkin & Dr Michael Traut.
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05 July 2007atm2007 Barcelona1 Environmental Considerations in ATM System Design Rappertour – Lourdes Maurice, FAA, United States Session Chair – Billy.
Greening Asia’s Infrastructure Development 1 Herath Gunatilake Director Regional and Sustainable Development Department Asian Development Bank.
European Commission Directorate-General for Energy and Transport n° 111/04/2001 Directorate F - Air Transport ICAO Colloquium 9-11 April 2001 Montreal,
Pricing policies for reducing CO 2 emissions from transport Huib van Essen Manager Transport CE Delft.
Transportation and Emissions in Chile March, 2003 Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) Cambio Climatico y Desarrollo (CC&D) Canadian International Development.
International Civil Aviation Organization Measurement of environmental benefits Saulo Da Silva Workshop on preparations for ANConf/12 − ASBU methodology.
© ATAG Providing employment, trade links, tourism and support for sustainable development through air travel.
© dreamstime CLIMATE CHANGE 2014 Mitigation of Climate Change Working Group III contribution to the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report.
Icelandair Group Jón Karl Ólafsson PRESIDENT & CEO Icelandair Group and the Environment Reykjavik, December 2006 “Góð hugmynd frá Íslandi”
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The Way Forward -- US Perspective Presented by: Carl Burleson, Director, Office of Environment and Energy, FAA US CAEP Member.
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Problem: we only have one planet and it is becoming increasingly depleted. Question: How can we solve our ecological and social problems? Three strategies.
Towards sustainable aviation A view of the environmental NGOs Beatrice Schell Director T&E* Beatrice Schell Director T&E* T&E represents a coalition of.
30-Year National Transportation Policy Framework to the Future September 12,
Climate action in the Aviation Sector: Role of carbon markets John Kilani, Director, UNFCCC Sustainable Development Mechanisms Latin American and Caribbean.
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