2 de octubre de 2014

Reconciling CBDR with non-discrimination: A fundamental requirement for ICAO’s global MBM success

Alejandro Piera Valdés, socio en Guanes, Heisecke & Piera Abogados, comparte con nostros su más reciente articulo sobre temas de aviación y cambio climático.

 

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international aviation will continue to remain one of the sector’s biggest and most complex challenges. ICAO Member States decided in 2013 to develop a global market-based measure (MBM) to address this growing concern (ICAO Assembly Resolution A38-18 para 18). Although the organisation has identified potential options for this scheme, and in fact has established a road map to achieve the objective, a number of issues remain unresolved. Perhaps one of the most complex remains the articulation of the UNFCCC’s Common But Differentiated Responsibilities (CBDR) principle with ICAO’s non-discrimination. The reconciliation of these principles should constitute a fundamental objective in designing the global MBM for international civil aviation, writes Alejandro Piera (right).”

Para ver el artículo completo, ingrese al siguiente link:

http://www.greenaironline.com/news.php?viewStory=1983