About the EU-CORSIA Africa and Caribbean
The Capacity building for CO2 mitigation from international aviation (Phase II) project (short EU CORSIA Africa and Caribbean) is funded by the European Commission and implemented by both the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to contribute primarily to the progressive achievement of SDG Goal 13 – Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
The EU CORSIA Africa and Caribbean action overall objective is to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from the civil aviation sector.
Initiated in December 2019, the project is set for a duration of approx. 2 years (2019-2021) with EU funds of 5 Million EUR.
After a first inception phase that had to be temporarily stopped due to the pandemic in 2020, the inception phase resumed in April 2021 and the project has been extended to cover additional 2 years, until 12 January 2024.
Current Project Activities
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In cooperation with LACAC and AFCAC, the EU CORSIA Africa and Caribbean project is organizing two regional workshops aiming at raising the knowledge and understanding of aviation’s climate change impacts and related policy measures
1st Project Management Board on 2nd February 2022: first impressions and presentation available (read more)
February 2022: project team increases its competences! Additional environmental long term expert and National accreditation bodies experts hired. Welcome on board!
ICAO virtual seminar on Sustainable Aviation Fuels and CORSIA, 12 April 2022
Register until 8th of April! Here
Don't miss the ICAO/EASA Strengthening Regional Cooperation Conference on the 20 January 2022: registration is open!
Please click here for more information from the European Commission on COVID-19
EASA upgrades its website, offering dedicated area for passengers and notifications for users. More info
See the latest webinar ICAO on how to “Reduce the environmental footprint of aviation”
See the ICAO CORSIA official website