Most forms of Aviation release carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases which contribute to climate change, and there are debates going on.
However, Aviation has been included under European Union – Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) now. Even United Nations panel also agreed to devise a system to limit airline carbon emission by 2020, wherein it’s been outlined that airlines will build a market-based mechanism to monitor, report, and verify aircraft carbon emissions by 2016. Prior to this Indian government has also shown their effort towards putting compliance obligations over Aviation Industry.
So, this wing of EnvironmentFirst offers customized “Aviation Advisory Services” which includes:
Compliance and Reporting
Governance and Risk Management
Registry Services and Documentation
Monitoring and Verification