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IATA's 76th Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on 24 November 2020. Find out all about this major event in the world of aviation.
All resources for this major press event - 23 -25 November - available at www.iata.org/mediakit
Science tells us that of all the greenhouse gasses, CO2 is the top contributor to climate change. I confirm that CO2 is the enemy we are determined to defeat.
CORSIA is the result of the aviation industry’s four-pillar climate strategy and goal for carbon-neutral growth from 2020.
It took an unfortunate step away from the global standards that are crucial to effectively manage aviation’s climate change impact.
Last week we had a great opportunity to congratulate governments on a major achievement. ICAO completed the technical details of CORSIA (the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation).
Global sustainability efforts got a boost recently with an International Maritime Organization (IMO) agreement to cut shipping’s carbon emissions in half by 2050.
The recent ATAG environment summit reconfirmed industry commitments to cut emissions. But governments need to come to the table with support for sustainable fuels and improved air traffic management