ICAO can meet global aviation’s carbon offset needs with high quality units -study

Published 20:32 on June 9, 2016  /  Last updated at 13:12 on July 5, 2017  /  Aviation/CORSIA, Climate Talks, International, Kyoto Mechanisms, REDD, Voluntary Market  /  No Comments

International aviation will be able to offset around three-quarters of its expected demand over 2020-2035 using high-quality carbon credits, and units with only a slightly higher risk profile, and not including REDD+, able to make up the shortfall, a study found.

International aviation will be able to offset around three-quarters of its expected demand over 2020-2035 using high-quality carbon credits, and units with only a slightly higher risk profile, and not including REDD+, able to make up the shortfall, a study found.

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