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  • Aena’s airports have taken f....
    13 April 2021

    Aena’s airports engaged in the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme have taken further steps in their commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2026. Two busiest hubs within the Spanish airport network - Madrid and Barcelona - move up a level in carbon management performance. Here is a breakdown of new developments: - Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas and Josep Tarradellas...

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    Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino Ai....
    08 April 2021

    Aeroporti di Roma secures the highest climate accolade available within Airport Carbon Accreditation as it aims for net zero CO2 by 2030 Aeroporti di Roma, the operator of Rome’s Fiumicino and Ciampino airports, has achieved the highest level of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme: Level 4+ “Transition”, the first in Europe to do so. To achieve this recognition,...

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    Hawke’s Bay Airport upgrades....
    15 March 2021

    Hawke’s Bay Airport is taking big strides on its path to sustainability, becoming the first regional airport in New Zealand to gain a Level 2 certification under the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Learn more (Press Release in PDF) here

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  • Istanbul Airport joins Airport....
    24 February 2021

    Istanbul Airport, standing out with its state of the art technology and being an important global hub and a 5-star airport, has joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, achieving Level 1 “Mapping” accreditation.As Turkey's gateway to the world, Istanbul Airport was awarded an international certificate as a result of its efforts to manage and reduce its carbon...

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    Newly published report highlig....
    05 February 2021

    334 airports globally actively addressing their carbon emissions within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme 05 February 2021 - ACI has today published the brand new Airport Carbon Accreditation Interim Report 2019-2020, showcasing the latest results of and developments in the global carbon standard for airports. Industry commitment intact, but uncertainty is...

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    St Helena Airport joins Airpor....
    22 January 2021

    St Helena Airport joined the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme, achieving Level 1 “Mapping” accreditation. St Helena Airport is the first British Overseas Territory airport to join the programme, and it commits the Airport to reduce its emissions, with the ultimate aim of achieving carbon neutrality. Learn more in their Press Release

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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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