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Madrid-Barajas has enhanced its environmental credentials with the installation of solar powered street lights.
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Tuesday, 31 July 2012 09:08

LAX environmental report published

A report into the environmental impact of future development at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has been released.

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San Francisco International Airport is to trial a free bike-sharing scheme for staff as part of a bid to improve their health.

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Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has become the first company in India to be certified as ‘green’ by the Confederation of Indian Industry’s Green Build Council.
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Edinburgh Airport has become the first organisation to pass the Carbon Masters Standard, an emissions reduction scheme it claims sets the UK’s most challenging targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
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Calgary International Airport (YYC) is introducing 'smart cars' to its fleet of airside escort vehicles.
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Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) and 40 business partners today pledged to make Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) the world’s greenest airport – the first commitment of its kind worldwide.
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Nashville International Airport’s ‘green initiatives’ extended to recycling nearly 190 tons of general waste last year, and the Tennessee gateway is on target to do even better in 2012 after recycling 45 tonnes of trash in the first quarter.
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Dubai Airports’ conservation efforts reduced its gateways CO2 emissions by 72,793 tonnes, saved 131.9 million gallons of water and achieved $4.3 million in fuel savings last year.
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Aviation leaders today signed a declaration confirming their commitment to support sustainable development.
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