Throughout 2012, requests were received from all parties in the supply chain demonstrating a growing interest in the carbon footprint generated by air freight:
To address the various requirements, IATA formed an airline working group (the “Air Cargo Carbon Footprint” working group - or ACCF) in charge of defining a common methodology to measure and report CO2 emissions from air cargo. The ACCF is composed of 17 airlines representing the main cargo business models (traditional, cargo-only, integrator) in all regions of the world.Objectives of this survey
For airlines to properly address their customers’ requirements, they have first to understand their needs. The objective of this worldwide survey is to collect feedback from freight forwarders and shippers and communicate the aggregated results to the airlines. The results will also help the ACCF in defining a common measurement and reporting for air cargo CO2 emissions.
Any questions or comments regarding this survey can be sent to Celine Hourcade, Manager Cargo Industry Affairs at IATA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are you?Full nameCompanyJob titlee-mail addressPhone numberCountryCompany typeShipper Freight forwarder Other (please specify) If you selected other, please specify:Your functionEnvironment Airfreight Procurement Account management Finance Other (please specify) If you selected other, please specify:Coverage of your activitiesWorldwide Regional Local Are you looking for data related to CO2 emissions generated by the transportation of goods?Yes No Not yet
Who are you?
Are you looking for data related to CO2 emissions generated by the transportation of goods?
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