Month: January 2019

Cambodia Airports renews their certification

It was a record year in passenger traffic for Cambodia Airports, operated by VINCI Airports! At the same time, their engagement on the Climate front didn’t falter even the slightest bit! Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanouk Airports renewed their Level 1 Mapping Airport Carbon Accreditation certificates. 35 airports owned or operated by VINCI Airports worldwide […]

Carrasco International Airport goes a level higher

The only accredited airport in Uruguay, Carrasco International Airport, has made it all the way to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. To give an example of their Climate Action: most recently, the airport made the headlines with the opening of a brand new, 0.5 MW photo-voltaic plant at its premises. In its first stage, […]

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

The second airport to ever reach Neutrality in India and in the broader Asia-Pacific region has just renewed their accreditation for another year! Even though years pass, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, serving the city of Hyderabad, keeps it fresh with their Level 3+ Neutrality certificate within Airport Carbon Accreditation. Congratulations! 

Global climate action effort now counts over 250 airports, 49 operated by carbon neutral companies

• 259 airports now actively engaged in addressing their impact on Climate change • Airport operators of 49 airports worldwide are carbon neutral • Naples Airport become the 40th in Europe to run by a carbon neutral airport operator     22 January 2019:  Following last month’s COP24 UNFCCC Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland, […]

Global climate action effort now counts over 250 airports, 49 operated by carbon neutral companies

• 259 airports now actively engaged in addressing their impact on Climate change • Airport operators of 49 airports worldwide are carbon neutral • Naples Airport become the 40th in Europe to run by a carbon neutral airport operator 22 January 2019:  Following last month’s COP24 UNFCCC Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland, Airports Council […]

Dublin & Cork airports continue to reduce their emissions!

Dublin and Cork airports have successfully renewed their accreditation at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This means that each airport has compiled an independently verified carbon footprint and succeeded in reducing their overall emissions and carbon footprint over the past number of years. Keep up the good work!