Month: May 2019

Treviso Airport renews its Level 3+ accreditation

It all starts with an ambitious commitment. Italy’s Treviso Airport pledged to reduce its emissions by 60% by 2030 compared to 2012 as base year. Already carbon neutral within Airport Carbon Accreditation, the airport continues to work hard to curb its climate impact. Congratulations to the team at Treviso, working hard to bring in new […]

Ten Portuguese airports achieve successful renewal

Portuguese airports form a strong group among the accredited airports, with ten of them being busy with reducing their CO2. We are delighted to confirm that all ten managed to secure a renewal at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation.  Congratulations to the teams at Faro Airport, Lisbon Portela Airport, Porto Francisco Sa Carneiro Airport, […]

Succesful CO2 reduction at Bogota El Dorado International Airport

Bogota El Dorado International Airport achieved a successful upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. The air terminal received the certification in recognition for reducing its emissions by 5% compared to 2017 and by 25% with respect to the average of the last three years. This was possible thanks to the implementation of strategies included […]

Venice Airport – another year of carbon neutral operations

Renewing at the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation involves consistent hard work towards minimising the airport’s CO2 footprint & following the path of more sustainable airport operations. Congratulations to Venice Marco Polo Airport for having achieved Level 3+ Neutrality for another year! Read more about their environment-minded work on the dedicated website (in Italian) 

Sharjah Airport renews at Level 3 ‘Optimisation’

It’s been one year since Sharjah Airport became the first airport in the United Arab Emirates to achieve Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation, and we are delighted to note that they haven’t lost their throttle on CO2 management! The airport renewed their accreditation at the second to highest level of the programme, in […]