State Action Plans and assistance to ICAO Member States
State Action Plans (SAPs) are a voluntary planning and reporting tool for States to communicate information on their activities to address CO2 emissions from international civil aviation to ICAO. The State Action Plan Initiative enables all ICAO Member States to establish a long-term strategy on climate change for the international aviation sector, involving all interested parties at the national level. SAPs also enable ICAO to compile global progress towards meeting the goals set by ICAO for the international aviation sector. This Skytalk presentation will provide information on the overview of the State Action Plan Initiative, on why a State should develop a State Action Plan, ICAO assistance to Member States including the capacity building and assistance projects, and the next steps for the State Action Plan Initiative.
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