From 31 January to 11 March 2022, ICAO invited CORSIA Eligible Emissions Unit Programmes to participate in the re-assessment process in 2022. A key objective of this re-assessment is to inform TAB’s recommendations to the ICAO Council regarding emissions units that should be eligible for use under CORSIA in the first phase (2024-2026 compliance period).
ICAO received seven responses to the call for re-assessment. The responses provided - except for the information labeled as business confidential - are included below:
1. American Carbon Registry
2. Architecture for REDD+ Transactions
3. Clean Development Mechanism
4. Climate Action Reserve
5. Global Carbon Council
6. The Gold Standard
7. Verified Carbon Standard
The public was invited to submit comments on the responses to the call for re-assessment, including regarding their alignment with the EUC. Additionally, the public was invited to include views and suggestions on TAB's procedures.
ICAO did not receive any comments regarding the re-assessment process.
TAB submitted its report to Council in March 2023. After consideration, Council accepted TAB's recommendations and approved the associated ICAO document "CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units." TAB recommendations in the TAB Report (January 2023) are available below.
2022 Programme Applications and Material Changes to Previously-Assessed Programmes (submitted by March 2022)
From 26 January to 26 February 2022, ICAO invited emissions unit programmes to apply for assessment by TAB against the CORSIA Emissions Unit Criteria (EUC).
ICAO received seven responses to the call for applications. The responses provided - except for the information labeled as business confidential - are included below:
1. BioCarbon Fund Initiative for Sustainable Forest Landscapes
2. BioCarbon Registry
4. International Carbon Registry
5. J-Credit Scheme
6. Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) between Japan and Mongolia
7. SOCIALCARBON Standard
In addition to the seven responses above, ICAO received one material updates to previously-assessed programmes for TAB's assessment by March 2022.
1. Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)
From 25 March to 24 April 2022, ICAO invited the public to submit comments on responses to the call for applications and matrial updates, regarding their alignment with the EUC.
ICAO received public comments from 3 organizations, which are available in a consolidated form here.
TAB submitted its report to Council in November 2022. After consideration, Council accepted TAB's recommendations and approved the associated ICAO document "CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units." TAB's recommendations in the TAB Report (September 2022) are available below.
Signed Emissions Unit Programme Registry Attestation from programme approved by Council in November 2022 is available below:
Understanding CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units
On Wednesday 2 February 2022, ICAO held a webinar to inform stakeholders about the TAB assessment process, key documents for understanding CORSIA eligibility, recent developments and next steps in the work of the Technical Advisory Body (TAB).
Material Change Form
Programmes which are approved to supply CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units are encouraged to use the Material Change Form to inform TAB of any material changes, the procedures for which are described in Section 8 of the TAB Procedures.
Market Monitoring Form
The public is invited to submit comments pertaining to observations of any potential deviation from the Emissions Units Criteria (EUC), CORSIA Eligible Emissions Unit Programme's Scope of Eligibility (as specified in the ICAO document "CORSIA Eligible Emissions Units"), and/or Terms of Eligibility on an on-going basis using this Market monitoring form.
TAB completed assessments in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Detailed information about those assessments can be accessed below:
2019 TAB Assessment
2020 TAB Assessment
2021 TAB Assessment
TAB ProceduresList of TAB Members