International Aviation Emissions – its Flight-path to 2 Degrees

Aviation is responsible for almost 5% of all global warming and its emissions are predicted to grow by up to 300% in 2050. Such a growth rate would make the target of keeping the global temperature increase to under 1.5/2°C almost impossible to achieve. Further ambition is required, and cooperation between the UNFCCC and the International Civil Organisation is essential to achieving this.

When?
Thursday, December 3, 2015 – 10:30 to 12:00

Where?
EU pavilion, room Brussels

This event will bring together leading experts from industry, academia and civil society to discuss what is being and can be done, and what role UNFCCC and the COP Agreement must play towards the objective of reducing emissions from the sector.

Organised by Transport & Environment and the Centre for Biological Diversity

SPEAKERS

  • Prof Alice Bows-Larkin, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
  • Kassie Siegel, Senior Counsel, Centre for Biological Diversity
  • Andreas Hardeman, Assistant Director Environment Policy, International Air Transport Association
  • Lucas Chancel, Coordinator – World Inequality Report, Paris School of Economics

Introductory remarks and moderation by Claude Turmes MEP (Greens/EFA)

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