Month: February 2022

Prague Airport renews their Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 3!

The busiest airport in Czech Republic, Václav Havel Prague Airport has just renewed their certification at Level 3 ‘Optimisation’. At this high level, the airport is actively reducing CO2 emissions under its own control and motivating its business partners to jump start their carbon management as well. Congratulations!  Find out more about Prague Airport’s environmental stewardship […]

Airport climate action going from strength to strength despite pandemic hit

ACI launches the Airport Carbon Accreditation Annual Report 2019-2021 revealing robust performance in all world regions 07 February 2022 – ACI (Airports Council International) has today published the brand new Airport Carbon Accreditation Annual Report, covering the period May 2019 to May 20211. The publication marks a welcome resumption of yearly reports showcasing the results […]

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport is carbon neutral!

Toulouse-Blagnac Airport has met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 3+ ‘Neutrality’ of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Over 10 years of the airport’s engagement within the programme, Toulouse-Blagnac has reduced its gross carbon emissions by 42%, which constitutes an excellent achievement! Several projects have contributed to this result: buying electricity from 100% guaranteed renewable sources […]