IATA called on European governments considering a Dutch proposal for an EU-wide tax on air tickets to listen to what their citizens want
Company reports on key sustainability initiatives, including launching world's first cruise vessel powered in port and at sea by liquefied natural gas, world's cleanest burning fossil fuel
Marine pollution has increasingly become a focus of discussion in the tourism industry.
Countries around the world are integrating sustainability in their tourism policies but the evidence on the results of their implementation remains limited, research carried out for the first 'Baseline Report on the Integration of Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns into Tourism Policies' has found.
Boeing beats greenhouse gas reduction goal by 7.3% at work sites
The Airline Releases Its Environmental Social Governance Report to Investors Using Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and Task Force on Climate-Related Disclosures (TCFD) Standards
ICAO Seminar on Green Airports, held in cooperation with ACI, kicks off in Lima, Peru
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.