Demonstrating the reduction of carbon emissions and confirming its readiness to work sustainably, Riga Airport has been recognised at Level 2 Reduction of ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation. This means that the airport has demonstrated a reduction in carbon emissions relative to the average emissions of the previous three years.
Envirosuite has partnered with Frost & Sullivan to conduct global research to understand how digital transformation in environmental management has changed the way that organisations view environmental data and the opportunities for optimising this data to unlock value beyond compliance.
Christchurch Airport becomes world’s first to achieve Level 4 Transformation of Airport Carbon Accreditation
Christchurch Airport in New Zealand has taken a major step forward in its commitment to fight against climate change, becoming the first airport in the world to reach Level 4 Transformation of Airport Carbon Accreditation.
Manchester Airports Group launches zero-emission flight competition as part of long-term commitment to ‘green’ recovery
Manchester Airports Group has launched a prize for the first airline to operate a zero-emission commercial flight from one of its airports. The announcement came as the Group published its annual CSR Report and made a commitment to become a net zero carbon business by 2038.
An interview with Amparo Brea, Innovation, Sustainability and Client Experience Director, Aena. By Ross Falconer