Month: March 2020

Kaohsiung International Airport re-joins directly at level 3 ‘Optimisation’

Kaohsiung International Airport in Chinese Taipei has re-joined Airport Carbon Accreditation at level 3 ‘Optimisation’! Having achieved a solid CO2 reduction of its own footprint & influencing its business partners to embark on a CO2 management journey, the airport is in full sail towards carbon-free operations. Congratulations to everyone involved! 

Nadi International Airport in Fiji achieves Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation

The main international airport serving Fiji Islands, Nadi International Airport has been hard at work to achieve airport-wide CO2 reductions for 3 years now. The airport’s continuous efforts to reduce its carbon emissions have been rewarded with an upgrade to level 3 ‘Optimisation’ within Airport Carbon Accreditation. Fiji Airports Chief Executive Officer, Mr Faiz Khan […]

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport upgrades to level 3 ‘Optimisation’

Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB)’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gases have once again been recognized, as the airport has received Airport Carbon Accreditation level 3 ‘Optimisation’ certification. “Protecting the environment is a priority for YQB, and the organization is working constantly to ensure that its practices meet the highest environmental standards in the […]

Carbon reduction efforts at Southampton Airport gain international recognition

Southampton Airport has been working to minimise its carbon footprint for many years and this continuous effort has now been awarded by Airport Carbon Accreditation level 2 ‘Reduction’.  This climate certification level requires the development of a detailed carbon emissions inventory and establishment of a carbon emissions reduction target, as well as delivering annual tangible […]

Hawke’s Bay Airport achieves first step towards carbon neutral status

Hawke’s Bay Airport has succeeded in its first step towards carbon neutrality, gaining Level 1 “Mapping” of the internationally recognised Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Hawke’s Bay Airport chief executive Stuart Ainslie said the airport has completed the mapping stage of the Airports Council International (ACI) Airport Carbon Accreditation programme and is well underway to becoming […]

Costa Rica’s SJO Airport achieves level 2 ‘Reduction’!

Costa Rica’s SJO Aeropuerto Internacional Juan Santamaría implemented by AERIS moves up from level 1 to level 2 ‘Reduction’ within Airport Carbon Accreditation! This new ambitious level was achieved through effective carbon management tactics yielding robust CO2 reductions from their operations. Among the environmental goals set by SJO is to reach the third level of […]