Month: August 2018

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi renews at Level 3 Optimisation

Good news on carbon-free mobility from Thailand! Bangkok Suvarnabhumi will welcome electric taxis operating to and from the airport as of next month! In an effort to promote renewable energy, a fleet of 101 electric taxis will be in service by Sep. 9 with a goal of increasing the number to upward of 1,000 next year.  […]

Kiruna Airport renews for the next 3 years

Kiruna Airport achieved a great feat in carbon management! The airport secured a 3-yearly renewal at the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation – 3+ Neutrality! Just as a reminder:  Airports can apply for such a prolonged renewal only if they have achieved a quantified emissions reduction on at least one Scope 3 emissions source, i.e. successfully […]

Visby Airport secures 3-yearly renewal at Level 3+!

Visby Airport‘s operations are now completely fossil fuel free! Carbon emissions have decreased from around 300 tonnes to zero in the space of 10 years as a result of efficiency measures and replacing all fossil fuel-powered vehicles – from fire trucks to snow removal equipment. Energy consumption has also fallen steadily over the period and the […]

Pristina International Airport scales new heights in CO2 management

BIG NEWS from Kosovo!  Pristina International Airport has just reached a whole new level of carbon management!  The airport was recognised for reducing its CO2 and engaging its partners (companies working at the airport site) to start reducing their emissions as well!!  Welcome at Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation, one step away from […]

New arrival! Charlottetown Airport is Mapping its CO2

  Charlottetown Airport, located on the Prince Edward Island in Canada, has just been recognised for Mapping its CO2 emissions with an Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate! The airport is off to a great start with their carbon management. Charlottetown is the 242nd accredited airport worldwide and the 35th in the region of North America.  Read more in […]