Stuttgart Airport joins at Level 3 Optimisation

21 September 2017

Airports that reach Level 3 are a source of inspiration in carbon mitigation initiatives for those around them. This is surely the case for Stuttgart Airport which joined Airport Carbon Accreditation directly at Level 3 Optimisation. It means that the airport is not only actively reducing their CO2 emissions, but also engaging stakeholders present at the airport to do the same! Congrats! 


Indianapolis International Airport upgrades to Level 2 Reduction

20 September 2017

Indianapolis Airport has been working to achieve the Reduction level of Airport Carbon Accreditation this past year and now their efforts paid off! Congratulations on the achievement of significant reductions of CO2!  


Toronto Pearson renews at Level 3 Optimisation

20 September 2017

We could comment at length on Toronto Pearson Airport's environmental merits, but we thought it's better that they convey their key message themselves:

"Toronto Pearson is proud to renew their Airport Carbon Accreditation at Optimisation level (Level 3) for 2016. With a goal of reducing GHG emissions 20% by 2020, Toronto Pearson is committed to mitigating the impacts of airport operations, ensuring environmental compliance, and being a good neighbor. Toronto Pearson’s environmental programs, like stormwater management, air quality monitoring, YYbeeZ Apiary, electric vehicle charging stations, support the airport’s focus on climate changing, contributing to a healthy environment, and responsibly managing resources."

Congrats on your renewal! 


Tampa International Airport in the US joins Airport Carbon Accreditation

20 September 2017

We are proud to announce that Florida’s Tampa International Airport joined the programme! The airport was certified for Mapping their carbon footprint. Well done!   


Bucharest Airports – latest accreditations

18 September 2017

We received good news from Romania, as another airport in Bucharest area joined the programme! Warm welcome to Bucharest Baneasa – Aurel Vlaicu International Airport which achieved Level 1 Mapping of Airport Carbon Accreditation.

Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport renewed its certificate at Level 2 Reduction.

Keep up the good work!