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A study on the approach to reduce in the aviation GHG emissions in Korea
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A study on the approach to reduce in the aviation GHG emissions in Korea
Lee, Juhyoung; kim, Wonho; Kim, Yongseok; Choi, Sungwon;
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 Abstract
Global aviation is projected to grow in demand by an annual average of 4.1% between 2014 and 2034. It can be said that environmental impact from aviation will therefore be expected to increase on a similar scale. As regards civil aviation emissions, the sector contributes between 2~3% to International aviation GHG emissions. In the European Union(EU), aviation emissions account for about 3% of the EU`s total green house gas emissions, of which a majority are said to come from international flights. In terms of traffic volume in 2013, Korea`s international aviation industry 11th with regard to passengers and 3rd with regard to cargo, attaining the overall rank of 5th in the world. GHG emissions has been increasing steadily over the last 4 years, averaging 3.9 percent a year, due to the growth of low cost carriers and the increased demand for air transportations. As for aviation in Korea, there are a number of means intended to attain the Government`s emission control objective in an efficient manner, such as AVA (Agreement of Voluntary Activity), TMS (Target Management System) and ETS (Emission Trading Scheme). In addition, the Government intends to better adapt to ICAO`s Global MBM(Market-based Measures) that will come into performance on Year 2020. In the study, we focused on GHG mitigation measures that is fulfilling the AVA, TMS, ETS in the Government and suggest the effective measures to reduction the aviation GHG emissions.
 Keywords
Aviation green house gas emission;MBM;AVA;TMS;ETS;
 Language
Korean
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