Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)

 

LATEST NEWS:

  • 31/05/17 - Nigeria communicated to ICAO its intention to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.​
  • 11/05/17 - El Salvador communicated to ICAO its intention to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.​
  • 08/05/17 - Gabon communicated to ICAO its intention to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.​
  • 21/04/17 - Saudi Arabia communicated to ICAO its intention to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.​

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​​​F​​​requ​​e​​ntly ​​Asked Questions

Benefits for CORSIA participation

  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. What are the mechanisms for the CORSIA implementation? How will ICAO support States to implement the CORSIA?

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

In addition to the fundamental importance that States attribute to the protection of environment and in particular the importance of taking action to tackle climate change...read more

​​​​Agreed global MBM (Assembly ​Resolution A39-3e​n​ f​r sp ru ar zh​​

Process up to 39th ICAO Assembly (2016)​​​​

MBM Background information

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As of 31​ May 2017, 70​​​ States, representi​ng more than 87​.7​​​​​% of international aviation activity, intend to voluntarily participate in the global MBM scheme from its outset.

 

  
  
  
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01Albania
02Armenia
03Australia27/09/2016
04Austria
05Azerbaijan
06Belgium
07Bosnia and Herzegovina
08Bulgaria
09Burkina Faso
10Canada16/09/2016
11China
12Costa Rica10/10/2016
13Croatia
14Cyprus
15Czech Republic27/09/2016
16Denmark
16El Salvador
17Estonia
18Finland
19France
20Gabon
Government of Gabon​ (fr)​​
21Georgia
22Germany20/09/2016
23Greece
24Guatemala
25Hungary
26Iceland
27Indonesia
28Ireland
29Israel
30Italy23/09/2016
31Japan20/09/2016
32Kenya16/09/2016
33Latvia
34Lithuania
35Luxembourg
36Malaysia16/09/2016
37Malta
38Marshall Islands
39Mexico
40Monaco
41Montenegro
42Netherlands
43New Zealand23/09/2016
43.1Nigeria
44Norway
45Papua New Guinea
46Poland
47Portugal
48Qatar
49Republic of Korea23/09/2016
50Republic of Moldova
51Romania
52San Marino
53Saudi Arabia

​Official communication to the President of the ICAO Council​​

54Serbia
55Singapore
56Slovakia
57Slovenia
58Spain
59Sweden
60Switzerland16/09/2016
61Thailand
62The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
63Turkey
64Ukraine
65United Arab Emirates22/09/2016
66United Kingdom19/09/2016
67United States03/11/2016
68Zambia07/10/2016

* 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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