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  • Salalah is actively reducing i....
    11 December 2018

    It has only been one year since Salalah Airport, implemented by Oman Airport Management Company, joined the programme, and the airport is already going higher with their carbon management! Salalah joins its busier colleague, Muscat Airport, in being recognised at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation for actively reducing their CO2 emissions....

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    Kansai Airports Group gears up....
    07 December 2018

    Kansai Airports Group (Japanese part of the wider network of VINCI Airports) have secured a higher level of certification - Level 3 Optimisation - for Kansai (KIX) and Osaka (ITAMI) International Airports. That's not all! Another airport in Japan was recognised for their carbon management efforts! Kobe Airport (KOBE) has successfully entered the programme, directly at Level 2...

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    Lapland Airports move up to th....
    05 December 2018

    In one big stride for more advanced CO2 management, the whole group of Finavia's airports in Lapland upgraded their Airport Carbon Accreditation to Level 3 Optimisation. Rovaniemi, Kittilä, Ivalo, Kemi-Tornio, Kuusamo and Enontekiö Airports have just been recognised for achieving CO2 reductions and for motivating their business partners to join their efforts for Climate. Would...

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  • Rome Fiumicino achieves a succ....
    03 December 2018

    Aeroporti di Roma, the company implementing Rome Fiumicino Airport joined Airport Carbon Accreditation as early as 2011! As years go by, the busiest airport in Italy is only getting more and more engaged in Climate Action within the programme. They have just secured a successful re-certification at the highest level - 3+ Neutrality for another consecutive year! Would you like to...

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    Narita is the first in Japan t....
    29 November 2018

    Narita Airport has established itself as an "Eco-Airport" through recycling and environmental awareness from a global perspective. In that capacity, it sets an Eco-Airport Master Plan in place and works with airlines and other airport stakeholders to reduce the impact on the environment and address global environment issues. Participation in the Airport Carbon Accreditation...

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    Farewells and new beginnings i....
    26 November 2018

    It is time to bid farewell to Professor Callum Thomas from the Manchester Metropolitan University, who has decided to step down from the Airport Carbon Accreditation Advisory Board, having participated in it from its very beginning. He has followed the development of the programme over the span of the last (almost) 10 years and had a hand in its success through the invaluable...

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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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