Month: October 2019

Lapland Airports level up to Neutrality, rounding up 50 carbon neutral airports in Europe

We are delighted to confirm the successful upgrade of 6 Lapland Airports, implemented by Finavia, to Level 3+ Neutrality. Enontekiö (ENF), Ivalo (IVL), Kemi-Tornio (KEM), Kittilä (KTT), Kuusamo (KAO) and Rovaniemi (RVN) are now carbon neutral, rounding up the number of airports at this level of carbon management performace to 50 in Europe and 61 worldwide.  […]

Dubai Airports achieve new level of carbon management maturity!

Both Dubai Airports, Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World (DWC) Airports have successfully upgraded to Level 3 Optimisation of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This new level of carbon management was accorded to them based on their extensive stakeholder engagement plan, realising effective CO2 reductions not only from the emissions under their control, but also those attributed […]

Chile’s Santiago International Airport Nuevo Pudahuel renews its accreditation

We are delighted to confirm that Santiago International Airport Nuevo Pudahuel in Chile has just renewed its Level 1 Mapping accreditation. The airport’s participation in Airport Carbon Accreditation is even more important as it prepares to welcome international delegates on their way to attend COP25, the most important climate event of the year. Congratulations on […]