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Reducing carbon & increasing airport sustainability
COP24 in Katowice, Poland: Airport Carbon Accreditation is the only case study in the transport sector chosen for the UNFCCC Yearbook of Climate Action
Global Sustainable Aviation Summit 2018: Olivier Jankovec announces the global reduction figure achieved by accredited airports in Year 9
Galapagos Ecological Airport becomes the 1st carbon neutral airport in Latin America and the Caribbean (December 2017)
European airports double their pledge: 100 carbon neutral airports by 2030 (June 2017)
UNFCCC and ACI join forces to promote carbon neutral airports (COP21, Paris, 7 December 2015)
Celebrating the 5th anniversary of the launch of Airport Carbon Accreditation in Asia-Pacific
Seattle-Tacoma Intl Airport becomes the 1st certified airport in North America (September 2014)
Airport Carbon Accreditation becomes global with its extension to airports in Latin America & Caribbean. Puerto Vallarta International Airport becomes the very first airport certified in Latin America & Caribbean (November 2014)
Airport Carbon Accreditation takes off in North America (September 2014)
5th anniversary of Airport Carbon Accreditation - 102 airports are actively addressing their carbon footprint
Olivier Jankovec (Director General, ACI EUROPE) presenting the Programme at the Aviation and Environment Summit 2010
Accredited airports in Asia-Pacific celebrate the 5th anniversary of the launch of Airport Carbon Accreditation in the region