Environmetal Colloquium
9 to 11 April 2001
ICAO Headquarters, Montréal, Canada
 
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Programme

 

9 APRIL 2001
9:30 Introductory remarks
  Moderator - Dr. Jonathan Aleck, Representative of Australia on the Council of ICAO and Chairman of the ICAO Air Transport Committee
9:50 Keynote address
 
  • Mr. Hamzallah Zedan, Executive Secretary, Convention on Biological Diversity
10:15 Coffee break
   
10:30

Session 1: Aircraft noise - The nature of the problem

 
  • Mr. Tom Connor, Rapporteur, Manager of the Noise Division, Office of Environment and Energy, United States FAA
  • Mr. Ben Sharp, Director, Acoustics Group,Wyle Laboratories, USA
11:30

Session 2: Aircraft noise - ICAO's existing policies

 

See Background Information Paper BIP/4. A presentation based on BIP/4 will be made.

  • Mr. Les Mortimer, Adviser, formerly Secretary of CAEP
12:30 Lunch
   
14:00 Session 3: Aircraft noise - The results of CAEP/5
 

The results of the Fifth Meeting of the ICAO Council's Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP/5, Montreal, 8-17 January 2001) regarding aircraft noise will be presented by the Chairman of CAEP/5, with the assistance of CAEP working group rapporteurs.

  • Mr. Gerard Bekebrede, Chairman of CAEP/5
  • Mr. Tom Connor, Rapporteur, CAEP Working Group 1 - Noise
  • Ms. Elizabeth Andrade, formerly Vice-Rapporteur, CAEP Working Group 2 - Airports and Operations
  • Mr. Upali Wickrama, formerly Rapporteur, CAEP Forecasting and Economic Analysis Support Group
15:30 Coffee break
   
15:45 Session 3: Aircraft noise - The results of CAEP/5 (continued)
16:45 Session 4: Aircraft noise - Developments since CAEP/5
  See Background Information Paper BIP/6.
17:00 Closure of the day's discussion

 

10 APRIL 2001
9:30 Session 5: Aircraft noise - The way forward
 

The purpose of this session is to explore the way forward, with a view to identifying key questions on aircraft noise for the 33rd Session of the Assembly (25 September - 5 October 2001). This session will consist of presentations by speakers from different segments of the aviation and environmental communities and from different world regions, followed by a Panel discussion which will be led by the Moderator.

  • Mr. Ingemar Skogö, Director General, Swedish Civil Aviation Administration
  • Ms. Jane Garvey, Administrator, United States FAA
  • Mr. Allemander Pereira Filho, Assistant of the Director General of Civil Aviation, Brazil
  • Mr. Abdul-Jawad Al-Daoudi, Director General, Arab Civil Aviation Commission
  • Mr. Victor Gorlov, Head, Department of Continuing Airworthiness and Technical Development of Civil Aviation, State Civil Aviation Authority of Russia
  • Mr. Jeffrey Hamiel, Executive Director, Minneapolis/St. Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission
  • Mr. Philippe Rochat, Executive Director, Air Transport Action Group
  • Mr. Willard Dodds, Chairman, ICCAIA Noise and Emissions Control Committee
  • Ms. Aruna Mascarenhas, Director of In-Flight Service, Air India was invited to make a presentation but was unable to attend. She did submit a paper to be circulated.
10:30 Coffee break
   
10:45 Session 5: Aircraft noise - The way forward (continued)
   
12:30 Lunch
   
14:00 Session 6: Aircraft engine emissions - The nature of the problem
 
  • Ms. Joyce Penner, University of Michigan (Coordinator of the IPCC Special Report on Aviation and the Global Atmosphere)
  • Ms. Christine Zumkeller, Deputy Coordinator of the Programme, UN Climate Change Secretariat
15:00 Session 7: ICAO's existing policies
  See Background Information Paper BIP/5. A presentation based on BIP/5 will be made.
  • Mr. Les Mortimer, Adviser, formerly Secretary of CAEP
15:30 Coffee break
   
15:45 Session 8: Aircraft engine emissions - The results of CAEP/5
 

The results of the Fifth Meeting of the ICAO Council's Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP/5, Montreal, 8-17 January 2001) regarding aircraft engine emissions will be presented by the Chairman of CAEP/5, with the assistance of CAEP working group rapporteurs.

  • Mr. Gerard Bekebrede, Chairman of CAEP/5
  • Mr. Stephen Seidel and Mr. Mike Rossell, Co-Rapporteurs, CAEP Working Group 5 - Market-based Options for Emissions Reduction
  • Mr. J.W. Pulles, Co-Rapporteur, CAEP Forecasting and Economic Analysis Support Group
  • Mr. Bob Shuter, Rapporteur, CAEP Working Group 3 - Emissions - Technical Issues
  • Mr. Alfredo Iglesias, Rapporteur, CAEP Working Group 4 - Emissions - Operational Issues
17:00 Closure of the day's discussion

 

11 APRIL 2001
9:30 Session 8: Aircraft engine emissions - The results of CAEP/5 (continued)
   
10:30 Coffee break
   
10:45 Session 9: Aircraft engine emissions - Developments since CAEP/5
  See Background Information Paper BIP/7.
11:00 Session 10: Aircraft engine emissions - The way forward
 

The purpose of this session is to explore the way forward, with a view to identifying key questions on aircraft engine emissions for the 33rd Session of the Assembly (25 September - 5 October 2001). This session will consist of presentations by speakers from different segments of the aviation and environmental communities and from different world regions, followed by a Panel discussion which will be led by the Moderator.

  • Mr. Carl Burleson, Director, Office of Environment and Energy United States FAA
  • Mr. Eckard Seebohm, Head of Unit-Airport and Environment, European Commission
  • Mr. Sanat Kaul, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, India
  • Mr. George Paulson, Director, Safety, Airspace, Airports and Information Services, EUROCONTROL
  • Mr. Willard Dodds, Chairman, ICCAIA Noise and Emissions Control Committee
  • Ms. Leonie Dobbie, Director, Aviation Environment, IATA
  • Ms. Beatrice Schell, Director, European Federation for Transport and Environment
12:30 Lunch
   
14:00 Session 10: Aircraft engine emissions - The way forward (continued)
   
15:30 Coffee break
   
15:45 Session 11: Wrap-up - Points for the Assembly
  Based on the Colloquium's discussions, Dr. Assad Kotaite, the President of the Council, will identify and summarize what he sees as the key points regarding noise and emissions that will need to be considered by the 33rd Session of the Assembly.
17:00 Closure of the Colloquium