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Title Aviation and climate change : economic perspectives on greenhouse gas reduction policies / edited by Frank Fichert, Peter Forsyth and Hans-Martin Niemeier.
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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Description 1 online resource (xx, 267 pages) : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Bio/Hist Note Frank Fichert is Professor of Economics and Transport Economics at Worms University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He has published many papers on the transport sector. His research focuses on competition and regulation in the air transport industry and the environmental issues of aviation. Peter Forsyth is Adjunct Professor at Monash and Southern Cross Universities. He has published extensively in the economics of aviation and tourism. His recent research has involved economic and policy approaches to addressing carbon emissions from aviation and tourism. Hans-Martin Niemeier is Director of the Institute for Transport and Development at Bremen University of Applied Sciences. He is Chairman of the German Aviation Research Society (GARS) and of the Advisory Board of the European Aviation Conference. He led COST Action "Air Transport and Regional Development".
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 04, 2020).
Subject Airlines -- Environmental aspects.
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Environmental aspects.
Airlines -- Economic aspects.
Aeronautics, Commercial -- Economic aspects.
Greenhouse gas mitigation.
Contents Aviation emissions and climate impacts / Volker Grewe -- Renewable fuels for aviation / Arne Roth -- Air transport and the challenge of climate change -- how aviation climate change policies work / Frank Fichert, Peter Forsyth and Hans-Martin Niemeier -- ETSs and aviation: implementation of schemes in the EU and other countries / Peter Morrell -- International action and the role of ICAO / Karlheinz Haag -- ICAO's new CORSIA scheme at a glance: a milestone towards greener aviation? / Sven Maertens, Wolfgang Grimme and Janina Scheelhaase -- Voluntary carbon offset schemes in the airline industry: why did they fail? / Andreas Knorr and Alexander Eisenkopf -- Roadmap to decarbonising aviation / Bill Hemmings, Andrew Murphy, Thomas Earl, Carlos Calvo Ambel, Lucy Gilliam, Jori Sihvonen and Laura Buffet -- Intermodal dimension of climate change policy / Werner Rothengatter -- Scenarios for future policies: potential costs and competitive impacts of different market-based measures for the limitation of all climate relevant species from aviation / Janina D. Scheelhaase, Katrin Dahlmann, Martin Jung, Hermann Keimel, Hendrik Niesse, Robert Sausen, Martin Schaefer and Florian Wolters -- Inclusion of international aviation emissions under the Paris Agreement's Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) / Andrew Murphy -- Review and further directions / Peter Forsyth.
Summary "This book analyses the political, economic and managerial challenges for policy makers and the air transport industry as they face climate change. Based on an overview of the scientific background and technological options for emissions reduction, Climate Change and the Aviation Industry provides an in-depth assessment of environmental regulation and management. It provides an up-to-the-minute analysis of the effects of aviation on climate change, and an economic analysis of policies to reduce or eliminate greenhouse gas emissions. The main emphasis of the book is on the economic mechanisms used to lessen emissions - carbon taxes, emissions trading schemes and offset schemes. It pays particular attention to the ways these policies work, and to the interaction between them - for instance, the interaction between taxes and emissions trading schemes. One feature of the book is that it analyses the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) which has been developed by ICAO for international aviation, and which is due to commence operation shortly. The advantages and disadvantages of this controversial scheme are discussed. This book will be of interest to researchers in diverse areas (economics, political science, engineering, natural sciences), to air transport policy makers, and to managers in the aviation industry"-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author Fichert, Frank, editor.
Forsyth, P. (Peter), editor.
Niemeier, Hans-Martin, editor.
Other Title Print version: Aviation and climate change Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2020] 9781472479174