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One global
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climate challenge
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INTRODUCING: AVIATION
1,397
Commercial airlines
3,864
Commercial airports
173
25,332
Air navigation service
providers
Aircraft
in service
3.3 billion
49,871
Passengers (2014)
36.4 million
Flights (2013)
Routes
INTRODUCING: AVIATION
58.1 million
Jobs supported
35%
of world trade by
value ($6.4 trillion)
19th largest
Economy, ranked by
GDP impact
Connectivity
For today’s modern
world
$2.4 trillion
GDP supported (3.4%)
52%
Of tourists fly to their
destinations
Social cohesion
More people have
access to air
travel than ever
THE CLIMATE CHALLENGE
Global
challenge
United Nations
Processes
Growing
industry, particularly
in emerging
economies
700 million
tonnes of CO2 from
aviation (2014)
2%
Of global humaninduced CO2
70%+
improvement
In fuel efficiency
since first jets
OUR CLIMATE ACTION PLAN
THREE GOALS…
FOUR PILLARS OF CLIMATE ACTION
PROGRESS: GOAL ONE
STATUS
Exceeding goal one
Current annual improvement: 2.9%
Being pursued through first three
pillars: new technology, more
efficient operations and better use
of infrastructure
TECHNOLOGY
Each new model is 12-25% more efficient than the one it replaces.
Over 8,000 new-technology aircraft in service since 2009.
12,000 aircraft being built in next few years.
OPERATIONS
INFRASTRUCTURE
PROGRESS: GOAL TWO
STATUS
Pushing political action.
Full use of four-pillar strategy,
including global market-based
measure.
In line with UNFCCC’s 2020 startdate for a new climate agreement.
WORKING TO DEVELOP A GLOBAL
MARKET-BASED MEASURE
2009: industry presents Governments at ICAO with climate plan.
2013: Governments agree to develop global MBM for sector.
Currently: parties at ICAO are undertaking political and technical work
to design MBM for agreement at 2016 ICAO Assembly and
implementation from 2020.
PROGRESS: GOAL THREE
STATUS
In progress
Will be pursued mainly through
sustainable alternative fuels…
…and future technology.
SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATIVE FUELS
Could reduce CO2 from airline operations by up to 80%.
Industry is working with supply chain, researchers, civil society to
introduce sustainability standards.
Can be created from waste sources and non-food crops.
Over 1,700 commercial flights so far.
FUTURE TECHNOLOGY
Over $15 billion
Invested annually in research by aircraft
and engine manufacturers
HOW GOVERNMENTS CAN HELP
COLLABORATION IS KEY
For more information on
industry climate action:
www.enviro.aero
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