Did you know that more than 300 airports globally are actively addressing their carbon emissions within the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme? The Airport Carbon Accreditation Interim Report 2019-2020, published by ACI in February, highlights continued airport industry climate action amid the COVID-19 pandemic. But, uncertainty is mounting.
SUSTAINABILITY. The Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation’s (CORSIA’s) initial implementation is only a year away. What are operators doing to ready themselves for the implications of the first industry-wide environmental policy ever? Continue reading
Did you know that all airlines operating international flights are mandated to monitor their fuel consumption emissions and report them to their national authorities from January 2019 already? This is accordingly to the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). A result of many years of work at ICAO and the support of the aviation industry. Aviation was the world´s first sector to set ambitious global CO2 emission reduction targets.
Climate change is a challenge the entire world must face with ambition and drive, and the aviation industry is no exception. At the 39th ICAO Assembly in Montreal, the world’s governments are meeting from September 27 to October 7 to discuss the agreement on the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation.
Carbon neutrality, 40% energy savings versus international standards, 100% clean energy operations – the expectations in terms of environmental sustainability for the new international airport in Mexico City are very high. The challenge now is how to reach these targets while accommodating 50 million passengers per year and ever growing traffic – 125 million planned in the project’s second stage.