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Financing a sustainable future for aviation
Aviation is an essential tool for global mobility, but is a 'hard-to-abate' sector, meaning it is prohibitively costly or impossible to transition to net-zero with currently available abatement technology.
Update on the EU’s latest proposals regarding Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
In July 2021, the European Union (EU) released the ‘Fit for 55’ package, a set of proposals to update EU law in order to meet the EU’s aims of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030. These included a draft ReFuel Regulation to encourage the use of SAF, which we examined in our article New regulatory initiatives supporting Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Managing the greenwashing risk
In this session, we look at how regulators are dealing with greenwashing and how to reduce the risk of a greenwashing claim.
Offsetting and carbon credits: Navigating the regulatory environment
In this session, we look at the latest developments in CORSIA and the EU ETS, as well as voluntary offsetting schemes.
Access to sustainable finance: Helping aviation to transition
In this session, we discuss the sustainable finance products aviation can access and how these work, as well as looking to the future.
Sustainable aviation fuel: A transition pathway for aviation?
In this session, we will explain some of the legal issues around how Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is regulated, how its sustainable credentials are measured under EU RED II, CORSIA and other schemes and looks at “Book and trade” schemes and existing frameworks to incentivise its use.
New regulatory initiatives supporting Sustainable Aviation Fuel
In early October the members of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2050.