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Aviation Carbon Events
Aviation Carbon Events
Aviation Carbon Events is the organiser of the successful conferences 'Aviation Carbon 2012', 'Aviation Carbon 2013', 'Aviation Carbon 2017', 'Aviation Carbon 2018' and 'Aviation Carbon 2019' which brought together all the Aviation Stakeholders to travel towards sustainable aviation.

Aviation Carbon Events is coming back in 2023! Save the date for 6-7 November 2023!

Aviation Carbon 2023 is focused on what is required to meet net zero, as well as the growing importance of sustainability-linked finance and ESG reporting.
Envisa Envisa is an innovative aviation environmental company with a mission to bridge environmental performance and cost-effectiveness in the transport industry. The main pillars of Envisa are: Planning, Assessment, Studies and Analysis, Mitigation and Compliance, Modeling and Tools, and Performance Management.

Envisa has a long-standing working relationship with European organisations such as EUROCONTROL, EASA, European Commission, etc. in support of reducing the aviation environmental impact.

Envisa has been awarded many framework contracts to study present and future aviation regulations such as emissions, ETS, NOx and noise stringencies, new concepts of operations and so on. Envisa also participated in the development and validation of many European models on aviation emissions, noise, local air quality and climate change.
Globalog Global Aviation Data A/S is a Danish company funded by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation in cooperation with the Centre for Advanced Technology associated with the Risoe National Laboratory. Global Aviation Data A/S also works with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and with aviation physicians and cancer researchers. Furthermore, the Danish Space Research Institute has endorsed the mathematical basis and methodology of the extremely complicated calculations for the system. This system is called GlobaLog®.
Kataclima Kataclima is a consulting company active in carbon and energy services. Its core business is currently focused on the application of the EU ETS to stationery installations – second and third trading period (2013-2020) - providing a full compliance and advisory service to medium and big operators, including some multinational corporations. Kataclima, based in the Rome area, is ensuring Verifavia full compliance with the Italian regulation, as needed when dealing with verification of aircraft operators reporting to the Italian Authorities.
Vertis Environmental Finance
Vertis Environmental Finance Vertis Environmental Finance is an environmental commodities trader, specializing in emissions and energy efficiency. They buy and sell emissions trading instruments on their own account for their clients, and arrange structured emission trading transactions. 
Vertis works and trades with over 1,000 clients in Europe, international banks, financial institutions, funds and large traders. They trade on all the main carbon exchanges, including EEX and ICE.

Vertis' clients and counterparties include industrial companies which are part of the EU Emission Trading Scheme and CDM and JI project owners which trade CERs from projects. The products they broker include spot and forward trades of EU Allowances, CERs; swaps between vintages and different instruments; repos and forward transactions with advance funding for raising working capital. 
GreenAir News
GreenAir News
Launched in November 2007, GreenAir is an online publication dedicated to publishing independent, informative and up-to-the-minute news, features and analysis on current issues surrounding aviation and its impact on climate change and the environment. It has no association with industry, environmental groups or government bodies and so is able to present opinions from all sides of this debate without fear or favour. They take an objective journalistic approach where news and views can be given a single platform. Whether you believe improved aircraft efficiency and alternative energy sources will provide the answer to air transport’s negative contribution to carbon emissions or that air travel expansion must be constrained in the battle against climate change, GreenAir welcomes opinions and, solutions.

The remit of GreenAir is to cover a broad spectrum of what they consider to be relevant subject areas, including for example:

● Aircraft GHG emissions
● Technological and operational solutions to reduce emissions and noise
● Sustainable aviation fuels
● Environmental and climate change legislation and regulation
● Market-based measures such as emissions trading and carbon offsetting
● Airport and runway expansion

GreenAir’s coverage includes:

News – Current news from around the world. They have built up an archive of news stories since 2007.
Features & Commentaries – Feature and op-ed articles contributed by respected journalists and leaders in their field.
Events – Listings of relevant conferences, meetings, trade fairs, etc.