Exploring the relevance of ICAO’s Sustainable Aviation Fuels framework for the IMO.
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The report outlines how the IMO can use the work done by ICAO on Sustainable Aviation Fuels as a starting point to guide the development of its own rules on low and zero-emission fuels. It identifies areas where ICAO’s approach to Sustainable Aviation Fuels might be relevant to the definition and development of low and zero-carbon fuels for shipping, and the degree of applicability. It also highlights the potential shortcomings in ICAO’s methodology, ensuring that the IMO benefits from lessons learnt in the development of the ICAO rules to date.
|Title:||Exploring the relevance of ICAO’s Sustainable Aviation Fuels framework for the IMO|
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|Keywords:||Aviation, shipping, lifecycle, emissions|
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