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Decarbonising aviation – a quick round-up
Since the EU published its “Fit for 55” aviation proposals and the UK Government published its Decarbonising Transport Plan in July, the focus on aviation decarbonisation has only intensified as we approach the start of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (“COP26”) in Glasgow on 31 October
Climate-related reporting standards including the TCFD framework and their impact on the aviation industry
In common with other industries around the world, the aviation industry has been under significant pressure for some time to reduce emissions. Airlines and lessors, as well as their financiers, are increasingly coming under pressure from a wide-range of stakeholders, including governments, central banks and investors to deliver more and better-quality climate-related financial information that is consistent, comparable, reliable and clear.