Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)

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​​​F​requ​​e​​ntly ​​Asked Questions on CORSIA​​​

​Progress since 38th ICAO Assembly on a global MBM scheme

  1. Why ICAO deci​ded to develop a global MBM scheme​ fo​r international aviation? 

  2. What is CORSIA and how does it work?

  3. What would be the impact of joining CORSIA?

  4. How will ICAO support States to implement the CORSIA?

  5. Top 3 reasons to join CORSIA​​

  6. Top 3 misconceptio​ns about CORSIA​.​


 

Significant wo​rk has been undertaken by ICAO and its Member States, in cooperation with the aviation industry and other stakeholders, in developing a global MBM for international aviation, including:

  • ICAO Council’s Environment Advisory Group (EAG), from March 2014 to January 2016​

  • Technical and analytical work by Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP), Global MBM Technical Task Force (GMTF)

  • Two rounds of Global Aviation Dialogues (GLADs), in 2015 and 2016​

  • Two meetings of the High-level Group on a global MBM scheme in February and April 2016

  • Organizing a High-level Meeting on a global MBM scheme in May 2016

  • Friends of the President Meeting in August 2016​​​​

 

As of 12 October 2016, 66​​​ States, representi​ng more than 86.5​​​​% of international aviation activity, intend to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.

 

  
  
  
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1Albania
2Armenia
3Australia27/09/2016
4Austria
5Azerbaijan
6Belgium
7Bosnia and Herzegovina
8Bulgaria
9Burkina Faso
10Canada16/09/2016
11China
12Costa Rica10/10/2016
13Croatia
14Cyprus
15Czech Republic27/09/2016
16Denmark
17Estonia
18Finland
19France
20Georgia
21Germany20/09/2016
22Greece
23Guatemala
24Hungary
25Iceland
26Indonesia
27Ireland
28Israel
29Italy23/09/2016
30Japan20/09/2016
31Kenya16/09/2016
32Latvia
33Lithuania
34Luxembourg
35Malaysia16/09/2016
36Malta
37Marshall Islands
38Mexico
39Monaco
40Montenegro
41Netherlands
42New Zealand23/09/2016
43Norway
44Papua New Guinea
45Poland
46Portugal
47Qatar
48Republic of Korea23/09/2016
49Republic of Moldova
50Romania
51San Marino
52Serbia
53Singapore
54Slovakia
55Slovenia
56Spain
57Sweden
58Switzerland16/09/2016
59Thailand
60The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
61Turkey
62Ukraine
63United Arab Emirates22/09/2016
64United Kingdom19/09/2016
65United States03/11/2016
66Zambia07/10/2016

* State Letter (SL) ENV 6/1-16/87 was issued to all ICAO Member States on 9 September 2016 inviting them to advise, preferably prior to the 39th Session of the Assembly, of their intention to voluntarily participate in the pilot phase of the scheme from 2021. This column includes dates of responses by Member States informing of ​such an intention.

 

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