Дата: 10-05-19 12:20
ACI URGES AIRPORTS TO CONTINUE TO REDUCE THEIR ENVIRO FOOTPRINT
ACI World has called on airports to continue to reduce their environmental footprint in support of the sustainable growth of aviation.
The call was made by ACI World's deputy director general, Michael Rossell, in his opening remarks at the ICAO Seminar on Green Airports in Lima, Peru.
“In the last decade, ACI members have worked very hard to reduce airports’ environmental footprint,” said Rossell.
Today's event in Peru is being held co-operation with ACI, the voice of the world's airports.
Another tool for airports, noted Rossell, is the ACI Airport Carbon Emission Reporting Tool v.5.1 (ACERT).
Both ACERT and AGES-S are distributed free of charge to ACI members.
The Seminar is being held in conjuncture with the ICAO Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection Working Group 2 – Airports and Operations, and the joint ACI World and ACI LAC Environment Committees.
“It is only by working together that we can craft a sustainable way forward,” Rossell added.
“While airport environmental stewardship is a global matter that affects all regions, it is also a very local one dependent on the unique factors that make up the location of each airport.
Источник информации: Airport World
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