Air transport accounts for between 3% and 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The1st global agreement to reduce the climate impact of international air transport was reached on October 6, 2016 within the International Civil Aviation Organization - ICAO. To be in line with the Paris climate agreement, we need to get back to 2 tonnes of CO2 per person by 2050. However, 25% of passengers fly for business reasons.

So how can we reduce the environmental impact of air transport?

Against this backdrop, the Inspire Metz agency is organizing the 6th edition of the cross-border mobility conference on Thursday June 6, 2024 from 10am to 12:30pm at Metz City Hall. On the one hand, experts will discuss the decarbonization of air transport and the various levers for limiting and reducing carbon dioxide emissions. On the other, representatives of airport infrastructures in the Greater Cross-Border Region will talk about theevolution of airports in a context of change, as well as their strategies for the future in relation to their territories and environmental requirements.


Registration is compulsory, free of charge and open to professionals only.


This event is organized in partnership with WTC Metz-Saarbrücken, Behr Consulting and the Metz Eurometropole.

Inspire Metz, the attraction agency serving the Metz Eurometropole, is financially supported by the Région Grand Est.


For further information, please contact Elise CHAVANT by telephone on 07 77 89 87 61 / 03 87 16 96 81 or by e-mail at