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Monday, 14 May 2007
WELCOME and INTRODUCTION
Presentations
Name/Title
Statements
  Welcome address by Mr. Roberto Kobeh González
President of the Council of ICAO
a
  Colloquium Opening by Mr. John Begin
Deputy Director, Air Transport Bureau (ATB), ICAO
 
Ms. Jane Hupe
Chief, Environmental Unit, ATB, ICAO
Overview of the ICAO Work on Environmental Protection
 
PANEL 1 – AVIATION EMISSIONS
THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM
  Dr. Dave Lister
Moderator Opening
 
Dr. Dave Lister
Environmental Section, Aircraft Certification Department, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), UK
IPCC Special Report on Aviation & the Global Atmosphere (1999) - an historic perspective
 
Dr. David W. Fahey
Chemical Sciences Division, Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S.
The Assessment of Aviation cloudiness in IPCC Climate Change 2007 - The Physical Science Basis
 
Dr. Lourdes Maurice
Chief Scientist for Environment, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
Impact of Fossil versus Alternative Fuels on Local Air Quality and Climate
 
Dr. Richard C. Miake-Lye
Director, Aerodyne Research Inc. and CAEP Research Focal Point for LAQ
Local Air Quality
NOx, HAPs and PM
 
Dr. Andreas Volz-Thomas
Project Coordinator of MOZAIC/IAGOS, Germany
Understanding Climate Change: MOZAIC and IAGOS
 
Dr. Kenneth Young
Rolls-Royce as Representative of International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations (ICCAIA )
Aircraft Engine Emissions
 
     
PANEL 2 – AVIATION EMISSIONS
ASSESSING THE MAGNITUDE OF THE PROBLEM
  Mr. Roger Gardner
Moderator Opening
 
Dr. Hans Schlager, Robert Sausen, Ulrich Schumann
DLR - Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
IPCC Emission Scenarios - Importance for Assessing Aviation Contributions to Climate Change
 
Mr. Dan Allyn
Boeing as Representative of ICCAIA
IPCC - National Greenhouse Gas Inventory Process (NGGIP) Methods for Assessing Aviation Emissions
 
Mr. Roger Gardner
OMEGA, UK
ICAO Airport Air - Quality Guidance
 
Mr. Ted Elliff
Aviation Environmental Research Manager, EUROCONTROL Experimental Centre
Aviation Emissions Databases
 
Mr. Gregg Fleming
Chief of the Environmental Measurement and Modelling Division, Volpe National Transportation Center, U.S. DOT
Modeling Aviation Emissions on a Local and Global Scale
 
Prof. Ian Waitz
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.
Health and Welfare Impacts of Aviation Emissions -
Evaluating Choices
 
     
PANEL 3 – MITIGATION MEASURES
LOCAL AIR QUALITY
  Ms. Julie Draper
Moderator Opening
 
Mr. John Moran
Rolls-Royce as Representative of ICCAIA
NOx Emissions Standards
Engine Technology Development to Address Local Air Quality Concerns
 
Mr. Curtis Holsclaw
Emissions Division Manager, FAA, U.S. DOT
Engine Exhaust Emissions, Standards and Transition, Goals to Standards
 
Mr. Peter Newton
Assistant Director, Department of Trade and Industry, UK
Long-term Technology Goals for CAEP
 
Associate Prof. J.P. Clarke
Director – Air Transportation Laboratory, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.
Operational Procedures for LAQ
 
Mr. Archie Muckle
Environmental Officer, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO
ICAO Guidance: Aircraft Emissions Charges related to Local Air Quality (Doc 9884)
 
Mr. Emanuel Fleuti
Public Affairs & Environment, Airports Council International (ACI), Switzerland
Local Emission Charges in Europe
 
Mr. Roger Roy
Director General, Economic Analysis, Policy Group, Transport Canada
Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Local Air Quality Charges
 
     
PANEL 4 – MITIGATION MEASURES
GLOBAL CLIMATE
  Dr. Lourdes Maurice
Moderator Opening
 
Mr. Alain Joselzon
Head of Engineering Environmental Strategy
Airbus for ICCAIA
Fuel Conservation -A manufacturer’s perspective
 
Mr. Ted McDonald
Manager – Environmental Protection, Civil Aviation – International Operations, Transport Canada
ICAO Circular 303 - Operational Opportunities for Fuel and Emissions Reductions
 
Mr. Juergen Haacker
Director Operations, International Air Transport Association (IATA), Switzerland
IATA Fuel Conservation Programme
 
Mr. Guido Kerkhofs
Director – Air Traffic Management Programmes, EUROCONTROL
Environmental Benefits from Improved Operational Measures
 
Associate Prof. J.-P. Clarke
Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.
En Route Traffic Optimization to Reduce Environmental Impact
 
Prof. Katsuhiro Yamaguchi
Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo, Japan
Voluntary Emissions Reductions Schemes
 
Mr. Andreas Hardeman
Assistant Director, Aviation Environment, IATA and
Mr. Kalle Keldusild
Senior Advisor for Air Transport and Environment, Luftfartsstyrelsen, Sweden
Guidance on Emissions Trading for Aviation
 
Mr. Niels Ladefoged
Policy Officer, Clean Air and Transport Unit, Directorate-General for the Environment, European Commission
Including Aviation in the European Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS)
 
     
PANEL 5 – THE WAY FORWARD
Dr. Taïeb Chérif
Secretary General, ICAO
Tackling Aviation Emissions - The Way Forward
Mr. Kenton Sim
Group Specialist Safety, Corporate Office, Airports Company South Africa
The Way Forward - The African Position on Aviation Emissions
 
Ms. Sue McIntosh
General Manager, Aviation Services, Department of Transport and Regional Services, Australia
A View from Australia
 
Mr. Kaixuan Zhou
Deputy Director General of Department of Aircraft Airworthiness, General Administration of Civil Aviation, China
Chinese Civil Aviation - Emissions and the Future Intention
 
Mr. Wilton Vilanova
Manager, Environment and Infrastructure Division, Civil Aviation National Agency, Brazil
Posiciones de los Estados Miembros de la Comisión Latinoamericana de Aviación Civil en el Segundo Coloquio Ambiental de OACI (Spanish only)
 
Mr. Daniel Calleja
Director Air Transport, Directorate-General for Transport and Energy, European Commission
Aviation Emissions: European views on the way forward
 
Mr. Andrew B. Steinberg
Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs, U.S. DOT
The Challenge of Aviation Emissions: The “Five Pillars” Approach
 
  Mr. H. A. Wilson
Representative on ICAO Council, Saint Lucia
 
Mr. João Vieira
Policy Officer, European Federation for Transport and Environment/ International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation
Reducing Emissions from Aviation: The Way Forward
 
Mr. Robert J. Aaronson
Director General, ACI
Action from the Ground Up - ACI
 
Mr. Brian Pearce
Chief Economist, IATA
The way forward on aviation CO2 emissions
 
Mr. Howard Aylesworth
Director, Air Traffic Systems & Aircraft Noise and Emissions, ICCAIA
The way forward - ICCAIA
 
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