Difference between revisions of "Airport Carbon Accreditation - Managing Emissions from Airports"

 
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|Linked ICI page=Airport Carbon Accreditation
 
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|Success story text=Airport Carbon Accreditation was launched in June 2009 in Europe. In its inaugural year (2009-2010) the number of airports participating in the programme was 17. In its sixth programme year (2014-2015), Airport Carbon Accreditation reached global status. The programme was extended to North America and Latin America & the Caribbean, thus covering all five ACI regions, as an increasing number of ACI member airports publicly reported on how they are managing their carbon emissions. Airport Carbon Accreditation status was achieved by a total of 125 airports. The total number of airports as of March 2019 was 262, representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic.
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|Success story text=Airport Carbon Accreditation was launched in June 2009 in Europe. In its inaugural year (2009-2010) the number of airports participating in the programme was 17. In its sixth programme year (2014-2015), Airport Carbon Accreditation reached global status. The programme was extended to North America and Latin America & the Caribbean, thus covering all five ACI regions, as an increasing number of ACI member airports publicly reported on how they are managing their carbon emissions. The total number of accredited airports as of May 2019 was 274, representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic.
|Success story short text=Airport Carbon Accreditation is the global carbon management standard for airports. The total number of accredited airports as of March 2019 was 262, operating in more than 70 countries and representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic (I.e., 3.6 billion passengers).  
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|Success story short text=Airport Carbon Accreditation is the global carbon management standard for airports. The total number of accredited airports as of May 2019 was 274, operating in 68 countries and representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic.
 
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Latest revision as of 11:46, 12 November 2019

Name of story Airport Carbon Accreditation
Linked ICI page Airport Carbon Accreditation
Image Airport Carbon picture.jpg
Full story text Airport Carbon Accreditation was launched in June 2009 in Europe. In its inaugural year (2009-2010) the number of airports participating in the programme was 17. In its sixth programme year (2014-2015), Airport Carbon Accreditation reached global status. The programme was extended to North America and Latin America & the Caribbean, thus covering all five ACI regions, as an increasing number of ACI member airports publicly reported on how they are managing their carbon emissions. The total number of accredited airports as of May 2019 was 274, representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic.
Short story text Airport Carbon Accreditation is the global carbon management standard for airports. The total number of accredited airports as of May 2019 was 274, operating in 68 countries and representing more than 43% of world air passenger traffic.
Display at main page Yes
Video
Display video at main page (instead of image) No