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Aviation Carbon

Verifavia is a founding partner of Aviation Carbon Events, the organiser of the successful conferences Aviation Carbon 2012 and Aviation Carbon 2013 that for the first time brought together the Aviation and the Carbon Finance communities.


Aviation Carbon 2012

The first conference Aviation Carbon 2012 - Carbon Planning and Trading Strategies for Airlines was held at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel on 8-9 February 2012.  The conference attracted over 300 delegates from 62 countries worldwide, including representatives from more than 100 airlines and business jet operators.

This was the first time the aviation industry had got together with the carbon sector in a major forum to discuss and learn about carbon trading. In addition to a panel session of airlines, carbon trading, legal and European Commission representatives, delegates heard updates, knowledge and advice from experts on how emissions trading under the EU ETS and the carbon market work.

Twelve companies and organisations took stand displays. Most expressed great satisfaction with the level of enquiries they received and said they were interested in returning next year. Many delegates, sponsors and exhibitors said they enjoyed the networking opportunities offered by the event and the evening cocktail reception at the end of the first day.

A post-conference online survey of delegates produced a tremendous response (over 40%). Of the respondents, 85.3% rated the conference overall as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’, with the conference venue and facilities scoring 84.5%. 

Go to Aviation Carbon 2012 website
See the photographs from the conference


Aviation Carbon 2013

The second conference Aviation Carbon 2013 - EU ETS Compliance and Prospects for a Global Scheme was held at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel on 19-20 February 2013.

Following the tremendous success of Aviation Carbon 2012, which attracted over 300 delegates from 62 countries including representatives from 110 airlines and business jet operators, Aviation Carbon 2013 took place on February 19-20 2013 and attracted over 200 delegates.

Aviation Carbon 2013 was timed perfectly to allow all stakeholders to learn about the status, consequences and impact of the Commission's 'stop-the-clock' proposal, and at the same time receive practical advice and the latest up-to-date information on administrative issues and trading in the carbon markets.

Aviation was about to face a landmark year as efforts towards a global carbon scheme gathered pace at ICAO. Aviation Carbon 2013 brought delegates up to speed on progress and informed them on what such a scheme might look like. 

Go to Aviation Carbon 2013 website
See the photographs from the conference 

Aviation Carbon 2017 & Aviation Carbon 2018

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