26 September 2023

GreenAir News

Reporting on aviation and the environment


2023 ICAO Stocktaking on Aviation In-Sector CO2 Emissions Reductions and Pre-CAAF/3 Policy and Finance Consultation
11-13 July 2023
Montreal, Canada (Hybrid)

The 2023 ICAO Stocktaking will build upon the 2022 Stocktaking and the subsequent agreement on the ICAO long-term global aspirational goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050 for international aviation (LTAG). While covering all aviation in-sector CO2 reduction measures and innovations, including technologies, operations, fuels and cleaner energies to monitor the progress towards the achievement of the LTAG, the focus this year will be on fuel and clean energy-related approaches, innovations and solutions, showcasing the latest information from States, industry and other stakeholders in the lead up to the third Conference on Aviation Alternative Fuels (CAAF/3) in November 2023.

The 2023 LTAG Stocktaking will be followed by pre-CAAF/3 Policy and Finance Consultation Sessions to initiate the consultation among States, focusing on policy and finance matters, with the involvement of public and private financial institutions and other relevant stakeholders, to consider relevant elements of a global framework for aviation cleaner energy.

During the three-day event, a simultaneous exhibition (including a SAF-LAB Exhibition) will be held on site at ICAO HQ that will showcase various stages of the fuel-related supply chain.

Details available here

IATA World Sustainability Symposium
3-4 October 2023
Madrid, Spain

As governments align with the industry’s commitment to decarbonise aviation by 2050, this first edition will bring together industry and governments to debate and discuss the key enablers to debate and discuss aviation’s successful transition. The event will cover key areas such as the overall strategy to achieve net zero by 2050; the crucial role of government and policy support; effective implementation of sustainability measures; financing the energy transition; measuring, tracking and reporting emissions; addressing non-CO2 emissions; and the significance of value chains.

Details available here

Aviation Carbon 2023
6-7 November 2023
London, UK

The two-day Aviation Carbon 2023 conference, co-organised by GreenAir, will again be held at the London Heathrow Marriott. The conference was first held in 2012 and brings together airlines, carbon markets, policymakers, environmental groups, investors, the SAF sector and other aviation sustainability stakeholders from around the world. Topics to be covered include Net Zero, CORSIA, Emissions trading, Climate-aligned finance, ESG reporting, Carbon markets, Carbon removals, Aviation Non-CO2, Sustainable aviation fuels, Investment and Government policy.

More than 400 delegates registered for Aviation Carbon 2022 from 70 countries and five continents, with 114 airlines/aircraft operators and 235 organisations represented.

Registration for Aviation Carbon 2023 is now open.

Details available here. If you are interested in attending, speaking or becoming a Partner or Sponsor, please email contact@aviationcarbon.aero


ICAO Conference on Aviation and Alternative Fuels (CAAF/3)
21-24 November 2023
Dubai, UAE

The 228th session of the Council endorsed preparations toward the Third ICAO Conference on Aviation and Alternative Fuels (CAAF/3), which will include outreach initiatives with financial institutions and fuel producers. The proposed agenda will consider scene-setting latest developments in cleaner energy technology for international aviation and its contribution to the Long-Term Aspirational Goal; Supporting policies to promote the development and deployment of cleaner energy for aviation; Assistance and capacity building for cleaner energy; Financing cleaner energy; and Reviewing the 2050 ICAO Vision for SAF, including LCAF and other cleaner energy for aviation, in order to define a global framework.

Details available here

PLEASE NOTE: Information on the above events is from their respective organisers and GreenAir accepts no responsibility for its accuracy.

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