EU-SEA CCCA CORSIA
The EU-South East Asia Cooperation on Mitigating Climate Change impact from Civil Aviation (EU-SEA CCCA) CORSIA project was initiated in August 2019 and it is set for a duration of 3 years (2019-2022) with the overall objective of strengthening National and Regional environmental capacity to mitigate Greenhouse Gas (GHC) emissions from civil aviation. This project has a budget of 4 million Euros, is funded by the European Union and implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in conjunction with its ASEAN stakeholders.
Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, or CORSIA, is an emission mitigation approach for the global airline industry, developed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and adopted in October 2016. Measures include primarily offsets and "alternative" fuels. CORSIA addresses only emissions from international air travel that exceed the baseline of 2020 levels. (Wikipedia)
This project is funded by the Partnership Instrument of the European Union
Provide high level description of the areas of action.
- State Action Plan
- CORSIA Implementation
- Environmental Management DB
Then the link to project activity page
REMOTE (ONLINE) SUPPORT TO EU-SEA CCCA PROJECT BENEFICIARIES DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Considering the impact of COVID-19 outspread, which affected planning of activities in a global context and resulted to postponement and cancellation of events worldwide, the EU-South East Asia Cooperation on Mitigating Climate Change impact from Civil Aviation (EU-SEA CCCA) project team organised and delivered several remote training and information sessions and online workshops to its stakeholders such as State Authorities, Aeroplane Operators (AOs), National Accreditation Bodies (NABs) and Verification Bodies (VBs) between February and May 2020.
Due to the global outbreak of COVID 19, multilateral activities did not take place as initially planned. With regard to this and in the aim to ensure continuity of technical support to beneficiaries and established policy dialogue to support the implementation of CORSIA in ASEAN, the EU-SEA CCCA team took steps to transform some of the planned multilateral activities into remote (online) bilateral or multilateral sessions.
These sessions offered the opportunity to CORSIA actors and Project focal points to have interactive discussions, improve awareness and competency and strengthen National and Regional capacity to mitigate Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from civil aviation which is the main objective of the EU-SEA CCCA Project.
This project is implemented by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency - EASA