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The Concept of ICAO CORSIA

The Concept of ICAO CORSIA


The Reduction of COemissions plan has been taken place on the table around the world for many yearsIn aviation, ICAO and other related organizations & authorities have initiated and discussed for creating the appropriating ways to reduce carbon emissions.

On this Aviation professional website every one "who are concerned" can get the concept of ICAO CORSIA in a simple & easy way.

  What Is ICAO CORSIA

(Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation)

In 2016, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) adopted ICAO CORSIA, a global carbon offsetting scheme to address COemissions from international aviation. The agreement at ICAO demonstrates that the aviation industry is determined to live up to its climate change commitments and play its part in meeting international goals for greenhouse gas emissions reduction. ICAO CORSIA is one part of the aviation sector’s climate action.

 

How ICAO CORSIA Works?

All States "participating in ICAO CORSIA" with aircraft operators undertaking international flights are requested to compile and transmit aggregated emissions information of their operators to ICAO, as part of the activities included in the States’ implementation of a monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) system.

 

How will ICAO CORSIA be Implemented?

The implementation will be in phases:

•             Pilot phase (from 2021 through 2023)

•             First phase (from 2024 through 2026):

First phase applies from 2024 through 2026 to States that voluntarily participate in the pilot phase, as well as any other States that volunteer to participate in this phase.

•             Second phase (from 2027 through 2035):

It applies from 2027 through 2035 to all States that have an individual share of international aviation activities in Revenue Tonne-Kilometres (RTKs) in year 2018 above 0.5 per cent of total RTKs or whose cumulative share in the list of States from the highest to the lowest amount of RTKs reaches 90 per cent of total RTKs, except Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) unless they volunteer to participate in this phase.

 

ICAO CORSIA Implemention

Which Airlines are Concerned by ICAO CORSIA?

For the baseline to be correct, all airlines are required to start monitoring and reporting their emissions on all their flights, including airlines based in non-participating states. 

 

How Many States Will Participate in ICAO CORSIA, and Which are They?

ICAO has decided to use a phased implementation for the ICAO CORSIA to accommodate the special circumstances and respective capabilities of States.

88 States will participate in ICAO CORSIA:

Afghanistan

Albania

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belgium

Benin

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Bulgaria

Burkina Faso

Cameroon

Canada

Costa Rica

Côte d’Ivoire

Croatia

Cyprus

Czechia

Democratic

 

Republic of the Congo

Denmark

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Equatorial Guinea

Estonia

Finland

France

Gabon

Georgia

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guatemala

Guyana

 

Greece

Guatemala

Guyana

Honduras

Hungary

Iceland

Indonesia

Ireland


Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Kazakhstan

Kenya

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Madagascar

Malaysia

Malta

Marshall Islands

Mexico

Monaco

Montenegro

Namibia

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nigeria

North Macedonia

Norway

Papua New Guinea

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Republic of Korea

Republic of Moldova

 

Romania

Rwanda

San Marino

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Singapore

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Thailand

Turkey

Uganda

Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom

United Republic of Tanzania

United States

Zambia

 

 

Conclusion

ICAO CORSIA, a global carbon offsetting scheme to address COemissions from international aviation. Climate change is a global problem, which requires global efforts. The more States join the ICAO CORSIA, the more emissions are covered by the scheme (higher environmental integrity is achieved).

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