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Global Impact Assessment of Regulations and Policies for Sustainable Aviation by 2050

GLIMPSE2050

Global Impact Assessment of Regulations and Policies for Sustainable Aviation by 2050

Call for proposal: 
H2020-CS2-CFP09-2018-02
Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

Cross-positioned in Clean Sky 2 and part of Clean Sky 2 TE, GLIMPSE2050 quantifies the environmental impact at air transport system level up to 2050 of regulations and policies that are currently discussed and potentially introduced until 2040. This impact includes noise and emissions. From this quantification, GLIMPSE2050 provides recommendations to target stakeholders.

Through its quantification, GLIMPSE2050 helps to understand which environmental benefits can be achieved in addition to those brought by Clean Sky 2 technologies. This understanding subsequently helps to evaluate to which extent technology diffusion in aviation can reach the ACARE Flightpath 2050 environmental goals.

GLIMPSE2050’s concept is twofold: first it sets the assessment scope by a systematic selection of regulations and policies and of target stakeholders; then it sets the quantification process, building on proven and successfully applied approaches. For every year 2020/2025/2030/2035/2040/2045/2050, this process compares the environmental performance of two scenarios: one is a projection of the air transport system in that year based on autonomous economic, demographical and technological developments but without the regulations and policies; the other is a projection of the air transport system in the same year, but with the regulations and policies introduced. In these scenarios, Clean Sky 2 technologies are considered an autonomous technological development.

GLIMPSE2050 expects to impact Clean Sky 2 TE (by complementing the other assessments), Clean Sky 2 JU and Clean Sky 2 Members (by monitoring Clean Sky 2 achievements in a broader perspective), EC and EU Member States (by assessing the level of success towards the ACARE Flightpath 2050 goals), aviation sector (by providing capabilities to assess effects on business development), research community (by indicating opportunities for further research), and society (by displaying effort and progress in sustainable aviation).

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
JTI-CS2-2018-CfP09-TE2-01-09 - Environmental regulations and policies
Lead Organisation: 

Stichting Nationaal Lucht En-Ruimtevaartlaboratorium

Address: 
Anthony Fokkerweg 2
1059CM AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
EU Contribution: 
€193,670
Technologies: 
Development phase: