Past Events

COP23 Side Event – Ships, Planes and Paris: Clearly navigating to 1.5°C

This event was kindly hosted at the South African pavilion during the COP23 negotiations in Bonn:  Tuesday, November 14th from 10:00-11:45   Background: The responsibility to address the growing climate impact of aviation and shipping falls on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO).  This side event discussed and reflected on the…

14 Nov 2017

Webinar: International transport and the Paris Agreement

To join, please fill out this form. Background International transport impacts various areas of the Paris Agreement. In this webinar, speakers will dive into the role of ships and planes and present the CAN International recommendations for the Facilitative Dialogue and Global Stocktake, the Transparency Framework, Paris accounting rules and market discussions. Presentations Intro to CAN International recommendations Percentage of…

31 Oct 2017

UNFCCC Side Event: Aviation and Paris: making climate agreements work

Time and venue Wed, 10 May 16:45 – 18:15 Bonn Climate Change Conference, Kaminzimmer 113 The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has created an offsetting measure for the aviation sector which aims to compensate for emissions growth above 2020 levels. Though international aviation emissions fall under the Paris Agreement, to date they are not included in any…

10 May 2017

Policy Event: When Will Europe Act? How the aviation sector can reduce emissions through the EU ETS

Wednesday 8 March, 2017, 13.30-15.00 The event was kindly co-hosted by Members of the European Parliament, Mr Peter Liese  (EPP) and Ms Julie Girling (ECR). Programme: 13.30-15.00 13.30-13.40 Mr Peter Liese, Member of the European Parliament – opening remarks 13.40-13.50 Ms Laurence Graff, Head of Unit, European Commission Aviation under the EU ETS from 2017…

8 Mar 2017

UNFCCC SB38 Side Event: An Equitable Solution to Curb Aviation Emissions

Aviation emissions have more than doubled since 1990 and are caused by 3% of the world´s richest population. This event bring together voices from the global south and north to discuss a future global deal that respects equity and avoids false solutions such as large scale offsetting.

7 Jun 2013