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  • Sydney Airport's hard work on ....
    11 April 2019

    Australia's Sydney Airport has just been re-accredited at Level 3 Optimisation, a recognition for reducing CO2 emissions from their own operations and motivating their business partners to get active with it as well. Sydney reached this level of carbon management maturity for the first time in 2016 and since then achieved successful renewal each year. Thanks to their many...

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    TAG Farnborough reaches net ze....
    09 April 2019

    Last year, TAG Farnborough Airport became the very first business aviation airport to ever reach carbon neutrality. We are delighted to confirm that the airport has just reached a successful renewal at Level 3+ of Airport Carbon Accreditation, topping the list of the best carbon managers in its class for another year! Keep up the great work! 

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    Bulgaria's busiest airport ren....
    08 April 2019

    Sofia International Airport, serving the capital city of Bulgaria, has just successfully renewed its Airport Carbon Accreditation. The airport is at Level 2 Reduction which means a continuous effort to reduce its CO2 footprint! An example of initiative? Since 2017, an electric bus connects the terminals of the airport, providing the passengers with emissions-free transfer. Well...

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  • Global carbon standard for air....
    04 April 2019

    2019 marks 10 years since the launch of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme264 airports now actively engaged in addressing their impact on Climate changeOver 100 airports are encouraging other companies on the airport site to lower their CO2Airport operators of 49 airports worldwide are carbon neutral 04 April 2019:  As this year’s ACI Asia-Pacific & World Annual General...

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    Airport Carbon Accreditation m....
    03 April 2019

    All is set to start celebrating the first decade of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme! The 10th anniversary was marked for the first time today at the ACI World Annual General Assembly (WAGA) in Hong Kong, hosted by Hong Kong International Airport. Earlier today, at this gathering of more than 800 aviation industry leaders, Angela Gittens, Director General of ACI World,...

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    Hobart Airport moves up a leve....
    02 April 2019

    Tasmania’s Hobart Airport has stepped up its climate efforts! The airport has just been recognised for their work to reduce carbon emissions from their operations with a Level 2 Reduction certificate of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This is all the more important for the state of Tasmania, belonging to the group of small island states, more vulnerable to the effects of climate...

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What is
Airport Carbon Accreditation?

Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only institutionally-endorsed, carbon management certification standard for airports. This short animation outlines how we started this journey and our approach in making a real difference to airport carbon emissions.

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