Airports are busy places, with all the features of small town in many cases. How do you begin to address carbon management in such a complex space? We identified 4 stages and built our programme, Airport Carbon Accreditation around them, so that progress would be visible and measurable. Click on the 4 sections below to see what each stage means and which airports are at it.
There’s a saying “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it”. The first level of Airport Carbon Accreditation – Mapping is all about airports setting out and mapping the carbon emissions on their site and in particular, the ones over which they have control.
In the past year
have mapped their carbon footprints
The ‘Reduction’ level is for airports who have proven that they have reduced their carbon emissions.
In the past year
airports have actively reduced the CO2 emissions under their direct control Which airports have reduced their carbon footprints?
Find out more about REDUCTION
Airports are the ‘Optimisation’ level have proven that they have reduced their CO2 emissions and engaged other companies (airlines, retailers, air traffic controllers, ground handlers, etc) on the airport site to do likewise.
have achieved this level, including some prominent hub airports Which airport operators have reduced their carbon emissions and engaged others to do the same?
Find out more about OPTIMISATION
Airports at the ‘Neutrality’ level are carbon neutral – but to achieve this level, they have actively reduced their carbon footprint, engaged others on the airport site to do the same and offset any residual CO2 emissions under their direct control.
have achieved carbon neutrality. These airports represent 9.8% of global air passenger traffic