helping to reduce gain member companies’ industrial emissions


Since 2021, GAIN is committed to contribute to the decarbonisation of the aerospace sector. This includes enabling and supporting business to set ambitious emissions reductions targets throughout their supply chain. We believe that meaningful reductions in GreenHouse Gas (GHG) emissions are within reach.


To this end, GAIN connects its members to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and contributes to meet key industry-wide environmental performance targets by bringing together experts, leaders and sustainability officers of each company.

Joining the Decarbonisation Committee has

many benefits:

1. Provides a clearly defined pathway to reduce GHG, and helps define climate roadmaps

2. Saves monay by reducing R&T costs & develops a competitive advantage 

3. Improves investor confidence by deepening knowledge on subjects such as Co2 compensations, Co2 emissions, energy, hybridation, water

4. Drives innovation by sharing & understanding industry best practices

5. Builds credibility & strengthens brand reputation by working on long-term climate goal of net zero GHG emissions by 2050 – as called for in the Paris Agreement

6. Reduces regulatory uncertainty

Who is it for?


The Committee concerns aerospace companies, startups, academies and research centers. Legal status and size do not play a role in a company’s eligibility. 

GAIN is delighted to announce its partnership with the Swiss Triple Impact program in order to build a future-fit and resilient business.

The Swiss Triple Impact is an engagement program for moving the Swiss ecosystem effectively towards this resilient economy. It is initiated by the non profit organization B Lab Switzerland.

This program, unique at the European level, assists Swiss companies to measure their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and thus to identify the most important areas for improvement, while at the same time opening up new business opportunities and boosting innovation.

The STI program creates a dynamic allowing commitment across the country, with an overall target to engage more than 3’000 companies in a wide range of sizes and sectors. 

For information about our Decarbonisation Committee, contact