Month: July 2019

Airport Carbon Accreditation pioneer in Asia-Pacific reaches new level of CO2 management

Back in 2011, when ACI Asia-Pacific signed the Launch Declaration allowing airports in their region to participate in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, it was Abu Dhabi International Airport who stood ready to become the first carbon accredited airport in the region. Eight years and a great deal of work to manage and reduce their […]

Nantes-Atlantique pursues CO2 reduction

Nantes-Atlantique Airport, operated by VINCI Airports, is now actively reducing its CO2 emissions, as recognised by Airport Carbon Accreditation! The airport became part of the programme in 2015, when it started Mapping its carbon footprint at Level 1 ‘Mapping’. Tangible lowering of the CO2 levels secured by the airport resulted in a successful upgrade to Level […]

Greater Moncton International Airport progresses to Level 3

After successful achievement of its Level 2 accreditation just last year, the Greater Moncton International Airport Authority Inc. (GMIAA), the operator of the Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport (YQM) has been successful in achieving Level 3 ‘Optimisation’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation.  This has been achieved with the airport’s own efforts combined with those of third […]

Eight Spanish airports achieve successful renewals

Seven airports implemented by Aena, the Spanish airport operator, have achieved a successful renewal within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.  Menorca, Santiago & Alicante-Elche Airports have just renewed their Level 1 ‘Mapping’ accreditation, for creating a detailed inventory of their emissions. A special shout out goes to Menorca Airport, this year’s ACI EUROPE Eco-Innovation Award Winner!  Five airports […]

San Francisco International Airport hails Level 3 successful renewal!

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has just renewed at the second to highest level of CO2 management within Airport Carbon Accreditation! As a Level 3 accredited airport, they have implemented many cutting-edge measured to reduce CO2 emissions.   Some of the efforts SFO has engaged in to operate more sustainably while reducing its carbon footprint include: […]

Sixth consecutive year as carbon neutral airport – Eindhoven Airport

The second busiest airport in the Netherlands, Eindhoven Airport is an overachiever in terms of carbon performance! For the 6th time in a row, the airport has been recognised with a Level 3+ Neutrality certificate within Airport Carbon Accreditation. The highest level of carbon management can only be achieved through determination and collective action of […]

Liège Airport aims to be carbon neutral by 2030

Belgium’s Liège Airport is intensifying its environmental policy. In less than a year, more than 7,000 solar panels placed on the roofs of offices and warehouses will enable it to cover 30% of its electricity consumption. The airport aims to become carbon neutral by 2030.  Congrats on your recent upgrade to Level 2 ‘Reduction’ of Airport […]