Month: July 2018

Stockholm Arlanda Airport achieves a 3-yearly renewal at Level 3+

The busiest airport of Sweden is also one of the best-of-class airports in terms of carbon management. Stockholm Arlanda Airport just achieved a successful renewal at Level 3+ Neutrality for the next 3 years! Swedavia, which owns and operates Stockholm Arlanda, has cut its emissions of fossil carbon dioxide at the airport by more than half […]

First airport becomes accredited in New Zealand!

  A first in New Zealand!!! Christchurch Airport became accredited directly at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation! The airport was recognised for its carbon management work, which includes a commitment to transition of their vehicle fleet to 100% electric by 2030. Read more about their work on sustainability here.  

Québec actively reduces its CO2

Climate action undertaken by airports in the North American region continues to step ahead. For instance, Canada’s Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport achieved a successful upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. We bring you their 3 most impactful initiatives that helped them start actively reducing their CO2 footprint.  1. The airport […]