Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport renews its accreditation

20 April 2018

Canada's Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport just renewed their Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate at Level 1 Mapping for another year! To find out more about the airport's Climate Action, have a look at the following website: http://www.waa.ca/waa/environment/climate

We keep our fingers crossed for your continued efforts to manage your CO2 emissions!  


Marseille Provence Airport renews its accreditation

13 April 2018

One of France’s 39 accredited airports has just renewed their accreditation. We are delighted to announce that Marseille Provence Airport has been awarded with a certificate for actively reducing their CO2 emissions for another year! Keep up the great work.


Tasmania's Hobart Airport renews at Level 1 Mapping

11 April 2018

Hobart International Airport just renewed their accreditation at Level 1 Mapping! Thank you for your continued engagement in Climate Action. 


Libreville keeps on reducing!

10 April 2018

The main airport of Gabon - Libreville International Airport keeps on reducing their CO2 emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation. The airport has just been re-certified at Level 2 Reduction. Congratulations! 


Halifax Stanfield Airport renews at Level 1 Mapping

10 April 2018

Canada's Halifax Stanfield Airport just renewed its Airport Carbon Accreditation! The airport was recognised for Mapping their carbon footprint. Well done! 


17 airports from Group EDEIS join the programme!

05 April 2018

In one remarkable stride towards more sustainable air travel, 17 airports implemented by Group EDEIS joined Airport Carbon Accreditation. They were recognised for Mapping their carbon footprint. Here is the full list of airports in question:

  • Annecy Airport
  • Auxerre Airport
  • Bourges Airport
  • Castellón Airport
  • Châlon Champforgeuil Airport
  • Cherbourg  Maupertus Airport
  • Dijon Bourgogne Airport
  • Le Havre Octeville Airport
  • Mayotte Airport 
  • Nîmes Alès Camargue Cévenne Airport
  • Reims Airport
  • Saint Martin Grand Case Airport
  • Tarbes Lourdes Pyrénées Airport
  • Tours Val de Loire Airport
  • Troyes Airport
  • Toulouse Francazal Airport
  • Vannes Golfe du Morbihan Airport 
Congratulations!! This brings the total number of accredited airports in France to... 55.


Sofia Airport upgraded to Level 2 Reduction

03 April 2018

Bulgaria's busiest airport ramps up their Climate Action! Sofia Airport became accredited Level 2 Reduction for actively reducing their CO2 emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation. Want to learn more about their Environmental Policy? Have a look here


La Tontouta Airport in Nouméa joins at Level 1 Mapping

28 March 2018

The newest airport to achieve recognition for their Climate Action within Airport Carbon Accreditation is La Tontouta Airport in New Caledonia! The airport located in the South West Pacific Ocean received a certificate for Mapping their carbon emissions.

Learn more about their environmental actions here: https://www.cci.nc/actualites/un-aeroport-toujours-plus-ecoresponsable


4 South African airports renew their accreditation

26 March 2018

We are happy to report that 4 airports implemented by Airports Company South Africa have just renewed their Airport Carbon Accreditation. Congratulations to Cape Town International, Port Elizabeth International, O.R. Tambo International and King Shaka International for continued efforts on the carbon mitigation front! 


Australia's most sustainable airport renews their accreditation

20 March 2018

Australia has got only one carbon neutral airport and it is called Sunshine Coast Airport! Their commitment to sustainability has once again been recognised with the renewal of its carbon neutral status under the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. Congrats to the most sustainable Aussie airport! 

Read more: https://goo.gl/99DTnM 


Cambodia’s busiest airports renew at Level 1 Mapping

12 March 2018

Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville Airports in Cambodia just renewed their Level 1 Mapping accreditation! These airports are part of a 33-strong community of VINCI Airports engaged in carbon management worldwide. Keep up the good work!


Nadi International Airport renews at Level 1 Mapping

12 March 2018

Fiji Islands know the value of sustainability work as one of the most vulnerable countries to Climate Change. Given the above, we are even more proud to state that Nadi International Airport is committed to tackling their carbon footprint using AirportCO2 framework! Congrats on your renewal at Level 1 Mapping.


Gold Coast Airport renews at Level 1 Mapping

07 March 2018

Australia's Gold Coast Airport just renewed its carbon accreditation at Level 1 Mapping. Fingers crossed for your CO2 managing initiatives! 


7 VINCI Airports renew their carbon accreditation!

07 March 2018

French VINCI Airports are taking initiative to cut their carbon emissions! 7 of them just renewed their Airport Carbon Accreditation:

Ancenis Airport, Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc Airport, Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport, Dinard Airport, Grenoble Alpes Isère Airport, Poitiers-Biard Airport, Rennes Bretagne Airport.  


Victoria Airport renews at Level 1 Mapping

01 March 2018

Victoria International Airport just renewed at Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation. Congratulations! To check their environmental engagement, go to: https://goo.gl/FzihGN


Tirana International Airport renews at Level 2 Reduction

28 February 2018

Albania's capital city boasts an airport with a mature carbon management in place! Tirana International Airport just renewed at Level 2 Reduction of Airport Carbon Accreditation. It means the airport has demonstrated actual emissions reductions! Well done! 


Munich Airport is one step away from carbon neutrality!

26 February 2018

Munich Airport has just successfully renewed their Level 3 Optimisation accreditation. For more information on their ambitious and well-thought plans for Climate Action, click here.  Congratulations on your renewal!


3 airports owned by Port of Portland renew/upgrade their accreditation

23 February 2018

All three airports owned by Port of Portland are now actively reducing their CO2 emissions. Portland Hillsboro upgraded to Level 2 Reduction, a status it has lost just for one cycle of the programme. Portland International and Portland Troutdale Airports renewed their certificates for GHG emissions reduction! 

Want to know more about the Port of Portland's environmental actions? Check out their video under the following link: https://goo.gl/d1yJDw


Mount Isa Airport joins the programme!

21 February 2018

Mount Isa Airport is now certified for Mapping their CO2 emissions within Airport Carbon Accreditation. Their successful adhesion to the programme marked a milestone for Queensland Airports Limited, ISA’s operator: all four airports owned by the company are part of AirportCO2 Community. Well done!

Read more: http://www.mountisaairport.com.au/airport-takes-flight-to-carbon-reduction/ 


Melbourne Airport becomes Carbon Accredited!

20 February 2018

Melbourne Airport is committed to tackling climate change! The airport’s work on mitigating emissions was recognised with a certificate at Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation.

To check out Melbourne Airport’s work on reducing their emissions and their plans for the future, hop to:  https://goo.gl/ysWQ8s