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Which Aviation Technologies To Meet The 2050 European Environmental Goals? - PULSAR: Devising Scenarios, Technologies and Policies to reduce Environmental Impact

The Honourable Member of the European Parliament, Marian-Jean Marinescu, and the Horizon Europe project PULSAR are delighted to invite you to an exchange on European aviation research and innovation roadmaps for the reduction of noise, emissions and climate impact.



This PULSAR event at the European Parliament aims at connecting policymakers, industry players as well as citizens with environment- and climate-friendly aviation technologies and solutions for the collective progress of the sector. The following topics will be highlighted:

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  • The overall PULSAR approach is to issue recommendations based on a European Environmental Research & Innovation Roadmap, for lowering Noise, CO2 and non-CO2 Emissions and associated climate impact, and for increasing the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels, with 2030 and 2050 goals.


  • Key insights of future aviation, based on different social, economic and geopolitical scenarios that are underlying such an approach.


  • An outlook towards 2070 for the most advanced technological innovations, which could enter into service beyond 2040.


Furthermore, Impact Monitor, the EU-funded Horizon Europe project complementary to PULSAR, will showcase its activities, holistic impact assessment framework and toolbox, with use cases at aircraft, airport, and air transport system levels.


Our Host

MEP Marian-Jean Marinescu is a Romanian policymaker and member of PNL (National Liberal Party), part of the European People’s Party (EPP – Christian Democrats). He has been a Member of the European Parliament since 2007, with the accession of Romania to the European Union. MEP Marinescu is currently Chair of Intergroup on Sky and Space, Coordinator in the Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) and Member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI), amongst many other positions in the European Parliament and the EPP Group.


We are looking forward to counting on your participation.




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