Month: January 2018

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, operated by TAV, decreased its carbon emissions to the minimum level and neutralized the remaining amount by investing into clean energy. Following Ankara Esenboğa Airport, Izmir has become the second airport in Turkey that neutralized its carbon emissions under the auspices of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Congratulations on your renewal! Read more […]

Geneva and Galápagos Airports become carbon neutral

• 211 airports across the world now certified at one of the 4 levels of Airport Carbon Accreditation • These airports welcomed 3.2 billion passengers a year – that’s 41.8% of global air passenger traffic  • 37 airports are carbon neutral for emissions under their control – the latest are Galápagos Ecological Airport and Geneva […]

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s carbon neutral status within Airport Carbon Accreditation has just been renewed!  Schiphol is committed to combating climate change. Among other things, it does so by reducing its own CO2 emissions e.g. by using LED lights, electric vehicles and circular solutions. Learn more: