Reactions to CORSIA, ICAO’s global market-based measure

Published 18:59 on October 6, 2016  /  Last updated at 13:30 on June 7, 2017  /  Aviation, Climate Talks, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, New Market Mechanisms, Views  /  No Comments

Governments, business and environmental groups on Thursday welcomed ICAO’s agreement on a global market-based measure to offset international aviation emissions, dubbed CORSIA, but some also said the deal did not go far enough in forcing the sector to contribute its fair share in tackling climate change. Carbon Pulse has gathered a selection of reactions to the deal from a variety of observers and participants to the talks.

Governments, business and environmental groups on Thursday welcomed ICAO’s agreement on a global market-based measure to offset international aviation emissions, dubbed CORSIA, but some also said the deal did not go far enough in forcing the sector to contribute its fair share in tackling climate change. Carbon Pulse has gathered a selection of reactions to the deal from a variety of observers and participants to the talks.

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