ICAO ENVIRONMENTAL REPORT 2016 AVIATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE

| August 17, 2016

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ICAO first initiated the development of Standards and Recommended Practices related to aircraft noise in the 1960s with similar work on smoke emissions from aircraft engine following shortly thereafter. These efforts were aimed to limit the adverse impact of international civil aviation on the environment becoming a strategic objective of the Organization.

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