Longreach Airport in Australia becomes Airport Carbon Accredited

17 January 2018

We are happy to announce that Longreach Airport in Queensland, Australia joined the programme at Level 1 Mapping. 

Longreach is Australia's 10th airport to engage in carbon management within Airport Carbon Accreditaton! Congratulations! 

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

16 January 2018

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol's carbon neutral status within Airport Carbon Accreditation has just been renewed! 

Schiphol is committed to combating climate change. Among other things, it does so by reducing its own CO2 emissions e.g. by using LED lights, electric vehicles and circular solutions.

Learn more: https://goo.gl/Um22x4 

Rome Fiumicino Airport renews at Level 3+ Neutrality

15 January 2018

Rome Fiumicino Airport just renewed its Airport Carbon Accreditation at the highest level - 3+ Neutrality. Explore Fiumicino's sustainability actions through their infographics

Frankfurt Airport renews at Level 3 Optimisation

11 January 2018

To be at the high Level 3 of Airport Carbon Accreditation airports have to cooperate with the companies operating at their premises: ground handlers, airlines, etc. 
It's not easy-peasy, but Frankfurt Airport has succeeded at motivating its business community to reduce CO2 emissions another year in a row! Congrats on your renewal! 

3 VINCI Airports renew their accreditation!

10 January 2018

There are 25 VINCI Airports engaged in CO2 management within Airport Carbon Accreditation:
3 of them just renewed their certificates at Level 1 Mapping: 
Congrats Aéroport Nantes-Atlantique, Aéroport de Saint-Nazaire - Montoir and Aéroport Toulon Hyères!