International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation

Founding Year: 1998

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Tim Johnson (Spokesperson)

Is a “network of nonprofit organizations representing millions of members working to reduce pollution from air travel.” ICSA is “the only environmental civil society group accredited as an observer by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the UN standard-setting body for international air travel.” It has contributed “to ICAO’s work on the role of market-based measures to reduce emissions, to economic and environmental analysis in the sector, to modeling and forecasting, and to the development of ICAO’s carbon calculator.”

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International Coalition for Sustainable Aviation contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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