A new study shows that the aviation industry will receive substantial additional windfall profits from the proposed ‘stopping of the clock’ for flights to and from Europe under the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS). Airlines should not retain these windfall profits – that would be unjust, self-serving and a betrayal of passengers’ contributions to fight climate change - but give them to the UN’s Green Climate Fund established to assist developing countries tackle the impacts of climate change.
Report published ahead of the ICAO Triennial Assembly, Montreal, September - October 2010
Report describing the twelve-year failure of ICAO and the IMO to cut greenhouse gas emissions from international aviation and shipping.
Climate Action Network Europe, Friends of the Earth Europe, T&E and WWF have published a joint statement on inclusion of the aviation sector in the European Emissions Trading Scheme. (Updated May 2008)
How the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has blocked progress on climate change for a decade.
This report intends to satisfy the many demands for information and analysis on the issue of aviation and climate change coming from policymakers, the media and interested citizens. It brings together the findings of recent studies in light of the current political debate and discussions taking place about a range of policy options.
Aviation and its Impact on the Environment. By Tim Johnson, Beatrice Schell and Ton Sledsens, edited by Stephanos Anastasiadis, December 1999. Link takes you to the front cover & foreword only. Full publication needs to be ordered from T&E.
Comments on the Consultation Paper on Air Transport and Environment. Prepared by the T&E secretariat, October 1998
Sustainable Aviation - The need for a European environmental aviation charge. By Ton Sledsens, January 1998