2019 marks 10 years since the launch of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme – 264 airports now actively engaged in addressing their impact on Climate change – Over 100 airports are encouraging other companies on the airport site to lower their CO2 – Airport operators of 49 airports worldwide are carbon neutral
The steady growth of tourism arrivals to Europe above its long-term forecast generates a mix of enthusiasm and concerns.
Following last months COP24 UNFCCC Climate Change Conference in Katowice, Poland, Airports Council International today provided an update on the latest developments among the community of 259 airports currently in the global carbon management standard, Airport Carbon Accreditation.
Results Show the Caribbean Depends on Tourism, Which Relies Heavily on Healthy Coral Reefs
Agreement will repurpose aerospace-grade composite material for making laptop cases, car parts and other products
The World Tourism Organizations (UNWTO) International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO) concluded its global annual meeting today in Madrid, welcoming observatories and other tourism stakeholders to share experiences of measuring and monitoring the impact tourism has on destinations, and explore the opportunities provided to tourism by innovation in location services.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) joined air transport businesses and associations to reaffirm its commitment to a sustainable future as the aviation industry marked ten years since agreeing an ambitious joint strategy for reducing carbon emissions.
The Delivery Flight for JetBlues Newest A321 Aircraft Becomes the Airlines First-Ever Flight Powered by Renewable Jet Fuel Blend
United's pledge to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent relative to 2005 represents the equivalent of removing 4.5 million vehicles from the road each year, or the total number of cars in Los Angeles and New York City combined.
The joint effort will expand use of sustainable aviation fuels on Alaska aircraft to reduce GHG emissions