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Banning single-use plastics, encouraging use of public transport to and from an airport, managing food waste, reducing use of fossil fuels, monitoring water use, switching to renewable energy sources, sourcing food sustainably. These are all examples of how an airport can begin to reduce its carbon footprint; its greenhouse-gas emissions; its impact on the environment.
The climate change emergency is upon us, and all industries must work hard at becoming more sustainable – the aviation industry included. As the above paragraph demonstrates, this goes beyond using sustainable aviation fuel.
Many airports and authorities have recognised the need to implement environmentally-friendly strategies, and International Airport Review here showcases some of these achievements. However the entire industry must continue striving and innovating to ensure an airport’s surroundings are not negatively impacted and the environment is protected for the future.
Gregoire James from the International Aviation Waste Management Association (IAWMA) details the negative impacts safety measures against COVID-19 may have on the environment and asks what will waste-resource recovery look like in the future?
As aviation experiences an all-time low, ICCAN has proposed to use the unique opportunity to address aviation noise once services begin to increase post COVID-19.
In a sustainability survey carried out by the National Civil Aviation Agency, Salvador Bahia Airport achieved the highest score.
To accelerate fuel cell electric bus operations, Incheon International Airport has partnered with three other organisations.
Heathrow Airport endeavours to overturn the court’s ruling that the policy underpinning runway expansion at the airport was unlawful.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport’s Sky Train will reduce the airport's daily vehicle count by 20,000; minimising congestion and improving passenger experience.
Susana Simão, within the Quality and Environment Department at Portugal’s ANSP, discusses the company’s plans to make the 2020s the decade of sustainability.
Dave Mullaney and LeeAnn Baronett from Rocky Mountain Institute, a non-profit organisation in the field of sustainability, explore how COVID-19 opens up the potential for aviation to double-down on its decarbonisation goals.
Hywel Rees, CEO of Leeds Bradford Airport, discusses plans for a new terminal that will significantly improve the passenger experience, as well as the airport’s target of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2023, within the latest installment of International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series.
By trialling a new 'taxibot', Schiphol Airport hopes to make aircraft taxiing more sustainable by limiting unnecessary fuel usage.
The new filtration system will enable Edmonton Airport to remove de-icing fluid from accumulated airport storm runoff during the spring and summer of 2020.
Aviation industry experts outlined that COVID-19 could provide a unique opportunity for the industry to reset to a more sustainable model that meets the demands of the climate emergency.
Within International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series, Ulla Lettijeff, Director of Helsinki Airport, discusses the importance of a sustainable aviation industry, and how the airport is working to become emission free.