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The workshop examines the impact of air navigation services on climate and how it can be reduced. It brings together academics, scientists, industry experts and practitioners and is a great platform to study important problematics, exchange points of view and call for decision makers‘ action.

The 4th annual workshop‘s topics is one of the most actual topics today. The European Union has committed to becoming the first climate-neutral block in the world by 2050, backed by the European Commission’s Green Deal Investment Plan announced in 2019 which aims to mobilise EUR1 trillion in sustainable public and private investments over the next decade. According to industry reports, air traffic management is on the one hand responsible for up to 10% of all aviation greenhouse gas emissions. On the other hand, European institutions acknowledge that air navigation service providers can influence only 5% of emissions, maybe 3% or less. In fact, currently there is no common agreement on the metrics used to measure the impact of aviation and herewith ATM in terms of CO2 or other emissions. Climate change is affecting all parts of the world, prompting every industry to examine how it can reduce its environmental footprint. Aviation faces challenges on many levels. Responding in a sustainable way to these challenges is the focus of the climate change forum.

The event is organised by the BALTIC FAB and FABEC, in partnership with Vilnius Gediminas Technical University and the German Aviation Research Society (G.A.R.S.).

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The agenda will be published soon. The main topics are: 

Effects of climate change on aviation (current and future)
Options for reducing CO2 emissions
Reducing CO2 emissions – Interdependencies and potential trade-offs
Holistic view on policy options
Looking forward to meeting you at this event!