The aviation industry invites visitors to the COP 28 Green zone to join the Global Sustainable Aviation Forum / COP28 on Wednesday 6 December 2023 in Dubai.
The Forum is a side event during the UN Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC COP28), which is being hosted by the United Arab Emirates in Dubai in November / December 2023.
In 2021, the global aviation industry declared that it will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, supported by accelerated efficiency measures, energy transition (including sustainable aviation fuel) and innovation across the sector in partnership with governments around the world.
Government support for net zero (a crucial element) was confirmed in October 2022 when a similar goal was adopted for international flights during the 41st session of the ICAO Assembly.
ATAG's Global Sustainable Aviation Forum / COP28 will showcase the latest innovations and developments in the field of aviation climate action. We will focus on:
The event is open to those who have secured access to the Green zone at COP 28. There will be a limited number of spaces for in-person attendance - registrations have now reached maximum capacity for the venue. Any new registrations will be added to a waiting list.
Please click on the "register here" button below to complete your details and register your interest.
Access on the day will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis, with a number of places being reserved for government representatives.
The Forum will take place on Wednesday 6 December 2023 from 10:00 to 14:00 in the DP World Pavilion, which is located in the Green zone at COP 28. Further details will be provided at a later stage.
The Forum is being managed on behalf of the Air Transport Action Group by Serindipity Solutions - ATAG's chosen event partner.
Please also check this web page regularly for updates, since further information will be posted as it becomes available.
We would like to extend a thank you to the event supporters.
Our sector has placed climate action as one of its highest priorities. It will be a significant challenge to meet net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, but the evidence shows that with the right support from governments and efforts across the value chain, especially the energy industry, it is achievable. Haldane Dodd Executive Director, ATAG