Since the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) programme went global last November, a total of 122 airports across the world have now been certified under the industry’s Airport, with 20 airports having reached carbon neutral status. The programme was launched by ACI Europe, the trade body for European airports, in 2009 as part of a commitment to reduce the sector’s carbon emissions, and has now become adopted by all ACI regions. Since the start of the programme in North America six months ago with Seattle-Tacoma as the launch airport, six airports in the region have been certified.

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