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I-075571
Ref: I-075571
Date: 05/12/2012

I-075573
Ref: I-075573
Date: 05/12/2012

I-058169
Ref: I-058169
Date: 08/07/2008
Extraits du rapport de Peter Liese, membre du PE, sur l’inclusion du secteur de l’aviation dans le SCEQE, session plénière du PE
Following a series of meetings between Members of the EP and the Slovenian Presidency of the Council, the two sides have agreed details of how to include aviation in the EU Emissions Trading System. The main elements of the compromise are as follows. All flights starting and/or landing in Europe (including intercontinental flights) are to be included in the ETS from 1 January 2012. The EU is to have an obligation to seek an agreement on global measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from aviation. Bilateral agreements, for example with the United States, could be a first step. 85 percent of the emissions certificates are to be allocated for free according to a common European benchmark; 15 percent are to be auctioned. The reduction target is to be calculated on the basis of airlines' average annual emissions between 2004 and 2006: in the first period (2012), airline emissions are to be cut by 3 percent; in the second, from 2013 onwards, by 5 percent. The percentage is to be further modified as part of the general review of the ETS. Research flights are excluded from the scheme. Small airline companies producing low emissions are excluded. The revenues generated from the auctioning of emissions allowances should be used to fund: climate change mitigation, research on clean aircraft, anti-deforestation measures in the developing world and low-emission transport.

I-053664
Ref: I-053664
Date: 14/03/2007
Déclarations du Conseil et de la Commission sur le futur de l'industrie aéronautique européenne, extrait de la session plénière du PE
Following the Council and Commission statements, the European Parliament debated the future of the European aeronautical construction industry in the wake of the announcement of job cuts at Airbus. The European aeronautics industry has substantial cause for concern about its future. Its competitiveness in world markets is threatened by the powerful technological drive underway in the United States, and by the emergence of government-backed aeronautical industries in newly industrialised countries. This is the main finding of the Euromart (European Cooperative Measures for Aeronautical Research and Technology) report prepared for the Commission by the Community's major aeronautical companies. It concludes that a vigorous programme of cooperative research and technological development is essential at Community level if the industry is to continue to thrive. This report shows that Europe's aeronautical industry has made a major contribution to Europe's industrial base, in terms of employment provided, the wide range of high technologies it deploys, and its large and increasing volume of exports. Advanced technology played a major role in gaining this position and will be vital to maintain it. In particular, enhancing aircraft safety, saving energy, reducing adverse effects on the environment will be major objectives, and a reduction in operational aircraft delays brought about by an increase in ease of operation.

I-074719
Ref: I-074719
Date: 03/10/2012



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