Africa

Venue:
Sarova Stanley Hotel
Kimathi Street
Nairobi, Kenya
 
 
Accommodation
For further details on the accommodation please follow this link. 

Provisional Agenda


 
Day 1: 14 April 2015
 
0830-0900
Registration
0900-0925
OPENING CEREMONY - Welcome address
· Mandate and objectives of GLADs
· Assembly resolution and Council decisions
· Expectations of engagement for GLADs
0925-0950
PRESENTATION - Overview of ICAO’s environment work
· Aviation and environment
· Aspirational goals and basket of measures
· State Action Plans and capacity-building
· Role in global climate change policy, relationship with UNFCCC
0950-1010
PRESENTATION - Aviation emissions trends
· Current situation and future scenarios (Trends)
· Contribution of the basket of measures to the reduction of emissions
· Gap between the aspirational goals and the implementation of other measures
1010-1030
Coffee
1030-1100
PRESENTATION - Market-based measures
· Introduction to MBMs
· Types of MBMs
· Overview of MBMs worldwide
1100-1140
PRESENTATION - Key elements for an aviation MBM
· Overview of common elements in a global MBM scheme
· ICAO process to develop a global MBM and roadmap to A39
1140-1200
PRESENTATION - Industry’s perspectives
1200-1330
Lunch
1330-1515
1st DIALOGUE
· Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the first dialogue theme and report back to the plenary.
1515-1530
Coffee
1530-1610
1st DIALOGUE – Discussion continued
1610-1655
1st DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary
1655-1700
Wrap up for Day 2
 
Day 2: 15 April 2015
 
0900-0915
Recap of Day 1
0915-1030
 
2nd DIALOGUE
· Participants will be divided into small discussion groups which will address questions related to the second dialogue theme and report back to the plenary.
1030-1045
Coffee
1045-1115
2nd DIALOGUE – Discussion Continued
1115-1200
2nd DIALOGUE – Feedback - Reporting back to Plenary
1200-1330
Lunch
1330-1530
PANEL DISCUSSION
1530-1600
Wrap up

 


  
Presentations
 

 

Corrigendum. Please note that the email address for the ICAO Eastern and Southern African (ESAF) Office appeared incorrectly in the State letter circulated in December 2014 regarding the Global Aviation Dialogues. The correct email address is as follows:

 

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