ICAO and IMO had a number of opportunities in 2016 to set targets or agree measures to limit their respective sector’s climate impact. This included long term goals, efficiency standards and market based measures. Meetings in ICAO and IMO in October were especially important in determining whether these sectors can live up to the post-Paris responsibilities.
Peter Liese MEP (moderator)
Ruben R. Zackhras, Minister-in-Assistance to the President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands
Tristan Smith, University College London – outcomes from the recent IMO meeting
Kelsey Perlman, Carbon Market Watch – analysis of the global market based measure recently agreed by ICAO
Martin Cames, Öko-Institut – how IMO and ICAO decisions will affect emissions trajectories from these sectors
Responses from Alexandria Rantino (Australia) and Natalie Unterstell (Brazil)
Date: Wed, 16 November, 11.30-13.00
Venue: Room Bering, official COP22 venue, Marrakesh
This event is organised by European Climate Foundation, Oeko-Institut and Transport & Environment.
Please register here.