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The interim analysis finds that, due to the weakness of the Corsia target, issues inherent to offsetting, and concerns with how ICAO operates, implementing Corsia in Europe represents a direct threat to Europe’s existing climate commitments under the Paris Agreement. Over the period 2021-2030, such a move would increase Europe’s aviation emissions by 683.8 million tonnes CO2, which is equivalent to the 2017 CO2 emissions of Poland and France combined. The analysis was carried out by the TAKS consultancy, which was commissioned by T&E.