Dallas Love Field Airport achieves Level 4 Transformation in Airport Carbon Accreditation

May 17, 2024

We are excited to announce that Dallas Love Field Airport in the United States, has successfully met all the necessary requirements to upgrade to Level 4 Transformation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.

At Level 4, airports are required to align their carbon management strategies with global climate goals, focusing on absolute emissions reductions and strengthening stakeholder engagement to lower Scope 3 emissions.

Dallas Love Field Airport has implemented several initiatives to reduce its environmental impact. These initiatives include the implementation of energy-efficient lighting and ventilation systems, the introduction of guidance systems to help drivers find parking faster and reduce vehicle emissions, and the installation of electric vehicle recharging stations. The airport is continuously encouraging alternative mobility options and strengthening relationships with the local community.

Dallas Love Field Airport has also invested in high-quality carbon credits to offset residual emissions from 2020 through 2022. Additionally, the airport is committed to effective waste management, promoting proper disposal, recycling, and minimising waste output. In line with these efforts, their biodiversity management initiatives ensure ecosystem maintenance and support human well-being.

Looking ahead, Dallas Love Field Airport has set an ambitious goal to achieve Net Zero carbon emissions by 2040. The airport is also developing a comprehensive Sustainability Master Plan, focusing on water conservation, waste diversion, and other sustainability areas.

Find out more about the sustainability efforts of Dallas Love Field Airport here