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  SUPPORT FROM PUBLIC AUTHORITES A NECESSITY
■ Given the requisite investments and the many different actors involved, the transition to decarbonized aviation will not happen without the support of public authorities. This is vital to implement fair and effective regulations concerning CO2 emissions from air transport, especially in Europe. Industry players like Safran will have a role, but the extensive challenges involved mean that governments have to participate in the required research. Public support will also be decisive in the development of a widespread production and distribution system for low-carbon fuels, via budgetary measures and a regulatory framework that offers incentives.
  CLEAN SKY, A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODEL
Clean Sky is a research initiative launched in 2008 and jointly financed by the European Commission and industry. Originally budgeted at 1.6 billion euros for seven years, it was increased to 4 billion euros in 2014. Bringing together over 900 entities in 27 countries,
it aims to develop an array of advanced technologies to limit aviation-related CO2 emissions, air pollution and noise. Safran takes an active role in this program, which has been extended to 2024. The next program (Clean Aviation) should be adopted by the European Union by the end of 2021.
 4.5 billion airplane trips
in 2019
106 countries have volunteered to join the CORSIA scheme
              

























































































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