Aviation | Governance | ET-CCV
Expert Team on Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Aviation (ET-CCV)
A subsidiary body of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI)
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To gather information and provide expert advice to aviation stakeholders on the impacts and mitigation of climate change and variability, including extreme weather events, on aerodrome and airspace design, operations and performance as well as airframe and engine design and aircraft performance.
|First name LAST NAME||Role||Nominated by||Affiliation|
|Lei GU||Co-Chair||China||Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)|
|Ping CHEUNG||Co-Chair||Hong Kong, China||Hong Kong Observatory (HKO)|
|Anil PADHRA||Core Expert||United Kingdom||Met Office (UKMO)|
|Anna IVANOVA||Core Expert||Russian Federation||Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Roshyromet)|
|Björn-Rüdiger BECKMANN||Core Expert||Germany||Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)|
|David BIEGER||Core Expert||United States of America||National Weather Service (NWS)|
|Sokhna Yaya WANE||Core Expert||Senegal||Agence nationale de l'Aviation Civile et de la Météorologie (ANACIM)|
The Operating Plan of ET-CCV comprising the objectives, modalities of work, groups of relevance, expected outputs and activities is available here.
The ET-CCV convenes quarterly video-teleconferences and, when required, periodic face-to-face meetings. The reports arising from the face-to-face meetings are publicly available here.
FileCloud Collaboration Platform
The ET-CCV FileCloud collaboration platform (member access only) is accessible here.
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