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  • Succesful CO2 reduction at Bog....
    16 May 2019

    Bogota El Dorado International Airport achieved a successful upgrade to Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. The air terminal received the certification in recognition for reducing its emissions by 5% compared to 2017 and by 25% with respect to the average of the last three years. This was possible thanks to the implementation of strategies included in the...

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    Venice Airport - another year ....
    15 May 2019

    Renewing at the highest level of Airport Carbon Accreditation involves consistent hard work towards minimising the airport's CO2 footprint & following the path of more sustainable airport operations. Congratulations to Venice Marco Polo Airport for having achieved Level 3+ Neutrality for another year! Read more about their environment-minded work on the dedicated website (in...

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    New reductions confirmed at Gu....
    07 May 2019

    Ecuador's Aeropuerto de Guayaquil Jose Joaquin de Olmedo has just been recertified for reducing its CO2 emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation! In order to achieve Level 2 'Reduction' for another year, the airport had to demonstrate the achievement of new CO2 reductions. Keep up the great work! 

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  • Sharjah Airport renews at Leve....
    02 May 2019

    It's been one year since Sharjah Airport became the first airport in the United Arab Emirates to achieve Level 3 'Optimisation' of Airport Carbon Accreditation, and we are delighted to note that they haven't lost their throttle on CO2 management! The airport renewed their accreditation at the second to highest level of the programme, in recognition of their great efforts to...

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    South African airports run the....
    26 April 2019

    We are delighted to announce several great strides made by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on their path towards the long-term goal of carbon neutrality of their network's operations (which they are planning to reach by 2025). A fifth airport operated by the company joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation community. George Airport, Africa's first solar-powered airport has...

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    Dallas Fort Worth Internationa....
    24 April 2019

    Dallas Fort Worth International Airport achieved the target of a 5.4% reduction in carbon emissions per passenger in fiscal year 2018 – which covers October 2017 through to September 2018 – and since 2010, has reduced 83% of emissions per passenger.The airport adds it also achieved an overall 27% reduction in electricity costs since 2010 while the number of passengers increased...

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What is
Airport Carbon Accreditation?

Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only institutionally-endorsed, carbon management certification standard for airports. This short animation outlines how we started this journey and our approach in making a real difference to airport carbon emissions.

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