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2015 Global Sustainable Aviation Summit

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Source: ATAG

ATAG and its partners invite the aviation industry, suppliers, governments, NGOs, regulators, environmental groups and other interested parties to attend the 2015 Global Sustainable Aviation Summit, 29-30 September 2015, Geneva.

The Summit will enable an exchange of views in preparation for two key events:  the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties climate talks in December 2015, and the 39th ICAO Assembly in 2016, where governments will hopefully agree on a global market-based measure for aviation.

The event will combine high-level political discussions and technical breakout sessions.  

Topics will include: the roles of technology, alternative fuels and market-based measures in achieving a 50% reduction in our carbon footprint by 2050; sustainable aviation; noise mitigation; environmental management and environmental communications. 


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