European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) - Articles and news items
Airport news • 20 December 2011 •
However Europe’s airlines are concerned that this judgement will not diffuse international tension over ETS...
Issue 5 2010 • 1 October 2010 • Jeff Poole, Director, Industry Charges, Fuel and Taxation, IATA
From January 2012, aircraft operators whose flights arrive in and depart from EU27 (plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein airports) will have to comply with a CO2 emissions cap, as part of an expanded EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). While IATA recognises that some economic measures can help to mitigate emissions, IATA remains opposed to national and regional cap-and-trade schemes for international civil aviation. This article presents the airline industry objectives and targets for addressing its emissions, the challenges faced in complying with the EU ETS requirements, and measures to be taken to find suitable outcomes.
Airport news • 29 March 2010 • Lufthansa Consulting GmbH
Lufthansa Consulting is to enter into partnership with First Climate AG, one of Europe’s leading carbon asset management companies.