Airport World reports on some of the big stories to emerge from the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva.
London Gatwick has unveiled a number of green initiatives this summer that will have a positive impact on the environment, writes Joe Bates.
Joe Bates reports on some of the highlights and lesson learned from October’s Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva.
We report on the Royal Schiphol Group’s decision to turn to wind power, dnata ramping up its recycling efforts and the latest biofuel initiatives.
ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation programme is helping combat the impact of climate change by reducing CO2 emissions on the ground, writes Marina Bylinsky.
Embracing sustainable development will help ensure the long-term futures of airports across the globe, writes Landrum & Brown’s managing consultant, Sara Christen-Hassert.
ACI World’s aviation environmental specialist, Juliana Scavuzzi, considers energy efficiency at airports.
Joe Bates takes a closer look at the development of arguably the world’s “greenest” gateway, Seymour Airport, in the remote Galapagos Islands.
Gene Cabral, executive vice president of PortsToronto, owner and operator of Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, reflects on the importance of being a good neighbour to ensure the gateway’s licence to grow.
Airports are perfectly placed to become sustainability leaders and role models for the communities they serve, writes Air Transport Action Group’s Haldane Dodd.
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