All Five Port Authority airports join Airport Carbon Accreditation!

16 November 2017

The five major airports serving the New York City area have joined the community of climate-smart airports! 
John F. Kennedy International, Newark Liberty International, and Stewart International Airports have been certified at the second highest level of the program - Level 3 Optimisation - confirming that these facilities will reduce its own CO2 emissions and motivate others to do the same! 
LaGuardia and Teterboro Airports were recognized for measuring their carbon footprint with Level 1 Mapping certificates. 
We applaud this big move to fight climate change!

Dallas Love Field Airport joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

15 November 2017

Dallas Love Field Airport in Texas was recognised for measuring their carbon footprint with a Level 1 Mapping certificate. Their accreditation means that North America now boasts 28 airports actively managing their carbon emissions, and the city of Dallas has not one, but two climate-friendly airports! Well done! 

Both Hermes Airports are now Airport Carbon Accredited at Level 2 Reduction

10 November 2017

Pafos International Airport just joined Larnaka International Airport at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Both airports located on the island of Cyprus are now actively reducing their carbon emissions. Fingers crossed for their successful journey up the levels of the programme! 

Read more about their engagement in the programme here:   

Honolulu International Airport renews at Level 2 Reduction

08 November 2017

Honolulu International Airport renewed its certification at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. It means they actively reduce their carbon emissions! 

Galapagos Ecological Airport achieves Level 3 Optimisation!

08 November 2017

Galapagos Ecological Airport is the first airport in Latin America & the Caribbean to reach Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. With carbon neutrality around the corner, the airport doesn’t cease to intensify their environmental efforts: introducing a better control of the use of airport resources, such as petrol, diesel and electricity, at the same time working on increasing environmental awareness of the staff working at the airport as well as the stakeholders. This allowed the reduction of CO2 emissions by more than 30%, compared to 2014. Congratulations to everyone involved!