Environment & Climate Change - Articles and news items
Airport news • 7 September 2016 • Roy Manuell, Digital Content Producer
Gatwick, in partnership with DHL, is set to become the first hub in the world able to dispose of Category 1 airport waste on site and convert it into energy, the airport announced today...
Airport news • 30 August 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer
Nice Côte d’Azur Airport has become the first carbon neutral airport in France following certification by the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme.
Chris Ferrary, Head of Delivery and Innovation at Temple shares his views on the ethical and ecological imperatives that must accompany airport expansion...
Airport news • 8 August 2016 • Roy Manuell
London Heathrow Airport’s new water treatment technology has allowed Europe’s busiest airport to save more than 130 million litres of water
Airport news • 26 July 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
The first ever round-the-world solar flight has been successfully completed, landing in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates on 26 July 2016.
Airport news • 22 July 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Airlines for Europe (A4E) have called on all governments to support the United Nations’ proposed carbon emissions offset scheme to ensure the airline industry can tackle climate change at a global level.
Following Adelaide Airport’s recent solar installation, which is the largest rooftop solar system in any Australian airport, Facilities Manager, Phil Hogan, and Environment Manager, Stephanie Bolt, reveal how the airport is leading the way in sustainability…
Airport news • 27 June 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
NATS has revealed there was a reduction in greenhouse gas aircraft emissions during 2015 according to its annual Responsible Business report.
Airport news • 7 June 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
WWF is calling on the industry to commit to high quality carbon credits and sustainable alternative fuels in order to meet their climate goals.
Airport news • 23 May 2016 • AeroParker
There has been an ever increasing pressure on airports to implement more eco-friendly measures. Not only does the responsibility of greener approaches create a clearer message to passengers, it’s also an opportunity for new business developments within future airport plans.
Airport news • 3 May 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Gatwick Airport has been recognised by the Carbon Trust for ongoing reductions in carbon emissions and water use and improving waste management.
Issue 2 2016 • 4 April 2016 • Michael Gill, Executive Director of the Air Transport Action Group
Michael Gill, Executive Director of the Air Transport Action Group, reveals how the industry is working collaboratively to meet ambitious CO2 emissions targets...
Issue 2 2016 • 4 April 2016 • Philipp Ahrens, Director of the Satellite Project Team, Munich Airport
Munich Airport’s €900 million Satellite Terminal project – which is set to increase capacity at the airport by 11 million passengers while generating 40% less CO2 emissions than existing terminal buildings – is now entering the final stages of completion. Philipp Ahrens, Director of the Satellite Project Team, reveals the airport’s innovative and sustainable terminal system...
Airport Extra • 15 March 2016 • Dr Sarkar
Airports, like cities, are never static. They are constantly evolving in form and function. Historically, airports have been understood as places where aircraft operate, including runways, control towers, terminals, hangers and other facilities which directly serve aircraft, passengers and cargo...