Supply Chain - offshoring vs reshoring.
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Industry & Market Insight. Market for aircraft trading, decarbonization & CO2e removal product.
Companies and Organizations reported a surge in private and public entities signing onto climate action commitments in 2020.
GHG emissions standards.
Similar initiatives were being discussed at WBCSD. In late 1997, WRI senior managers met with WBCSD officials and an agreement was reached to launch an NGO-business partnership to address standardized methods for GHG accounting. WRI and WBCSD convened a core steering group comprised of members from environmental groups (such as WWF, Pew Center on Global Climate Change, The Energy Research Institute) and industry (such as Norsk Hydro, Tokyo Electric, Shell) to guide the multi-stakeholder standard development process.
The first edition of the Corporate Standard, published in 2001, has been updated with additional guidance that clarifies how companies can measure emissions from electricity and other energy purchases, and account for emissions from throughout their value chains. GHG Protocol also developed a suite of calculation tools to assist companies in calculating their greenhouse gas emissions and measure the benefits of climate change mitigation projects.
The Paris Agreement, adopted within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) in December 2015, commits participating all countries to limit global temperature rise, adapt to changes already occurring, and regularly increase efforts over time. GHG Protocol is developing standards, tools and online training that helps countries and cities track progress towards their climate goals.
GHG Protocol supplies the world's most widely used greenhouse gas accounting standards. The standards below are designed to provide a framework for businesses, governments, and other entities to measure and report their greenhouse gas emissions in ways that support their missions and goals. In 2016, 92% of Fortune 500 companies responding to the CDP used GHG Protocol directly or indirectly through a program based on GHG Protocol. It provides the accounting platform for virtually every corporate GHG reporting program in the world.
Product StandardThe Product Standard can be used to understand the full life cycle emissions of a productand focus efforts on the greatest GHG reduction opportunities. This is the first step towards more sustainable products.
Announcing targets is one thing, validating them is another.
GHG emissions calculation methodology.
- The aircraft market is in a very challenging position, along with airports and manufacturers. The "Pandemic economy" will delay passenger travel recovery The "Climate emissions economy" is here to stay Aircraft emissions reduction options as proposed by Airbus, Boeing & the ICAO CORSIA scheme are not sustainable. The public will not accept these options !The airlines are today reliant on "Negative emissions" technologies to account for CO2e levels, when renewable Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) technlology is the only solution the flying public will accept.
- Decarbonization Shannon Aero has ambitious goals for responding to the air transportation debarbonization crisis. We offer:
- 1. Solutions based on new concepts for the air transportation crisis, as the industry recovers.
- 2.2 New revenue streams for funding replacement of GHG emitting aircraft. 2. . Market based tools and trading strategies for managing aircraft reuse, repair, remake, rebuild and R&D during the commercial aircraft life cycle.
- 3. Techniques to mitigate market disruption caused by climate crisis, pandemic & Black Swan events.
- 4. Reclassification process for aircraft as investment class assets for asset based financing & securitizations.
- 5. Partnerships with higher education institutions researching sustainable tecnologies to reduce aircraft engine emissions.
- 6. Reuse and rebuild strategies for scarce, earth metals, super alloys and CFC composite materials.
- 7. Business for aerospace start-ups & small companies to tool-up for low volume, high value, certified aircraft component additive manufacturing.
- Audience. We are serving the needs of innovators, credit managers, engineers, mecanics, inspectors, flight crews & strategists in airlines, airports, MROs, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, State Economic & Safety regulatory agencies, educational & research institutions, aerospace banks, lessors, investment institutions, hedge & private investment funds, insurance underwriters, Civil Society Groups (CSGs) & local communities that make up the aircraft supply chain, the backbone of the air travel, Tourism, Energy & Aerospace industries.