🌍 The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has launched CORSIA, a new initiative to reduce the aviation industry's impact on the environment. Let's explore what CORSIA is, how it works, and its potential impact. 🛫💨
CORSIA aims to reduce aviation carbon emissions. Airlines must monitor, report, and offset emissions growth above 2020 levels. It ensures emissions don't exceed 2020 levels as the industry grows. 🌍✈️
CORSIA is a critical step towards reducing aviation's impact on the environment. All airline operators with annual emissions greater than 10,000 tonnes of CO2 are required to report their emissions from international flights on an annual basis from 1 January 2019. It can offset around 2.6 billion tonnes of CO2 from aviation between 2021 and 2035. This is significant in combating climate change. 🌿🌱
CORSIA requires cooperation from all stakeholders in aviation, including airlines, governments, and international organizations. Together, we can create a more sustainable future for the aviation industry and the planet. 💚🤝
While CORSIA isn't perfect, some airlines may be exempt, and it only covers emissions from international flights. It's still crucial to reduce aviation's impact on the environment. 🛬🌍
Carbon Credits developed by the CCT’s first of its kind AFOLU project in Malaysia are eligible for the use within CORSIA. If you would be interested to know more about our project, please reach out to us.
CORSIA is a significant milestone in aviation's efforts to reduce its impact on the environment. By requiring airlines to monitor, report, and offset emissions growth, CORSIA is helping create a sustainable future for the aviation industry and the planet. Let's support efforts like CORSIA in the fight against climate change. 🛫💨