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Europe - Airports Carbon Accreditation

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The Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme set up in 2009 by ACI Europe (the European section of the Airports Council International), the organisation representing airports in Europe, recognises that airports (not just aircraft flights) have an important role to play in controlling so-called green house gas emissions, and carbon in particular.
The independantly administered programme takes airports through 4 stages:

Mapping
Airports at the first stage go through a process of carbon emissions assessment and produce a Carbon Footprint Report.

Reduction
After the mapping process, airports are required setup a carbon management plan, showing procedures for checking the Carbon Footprint, and produce targets for reduced carbon emissions.

Optimisation
Following the reduction phase, participating airports move into the optimisation process where they are required to engage third parties including airlines, and various service providers to further reduce the overall airport carbon footprint. These services may include independent ground handlers, catering companies, air traffic control and others working on the airport site.

Neutrality
Having progressed through the previous three stages, airports use internationally recognised carbon offsetting as necessary to achieve carbon neutrality.

The most recent figures published by ACI Europe (as of July 2019) show 147 European airports acredited, between them accounting for 64.6% of Europe's air traffic, as shown below.

Mapping
48 Airports with 3.2% of European passenger traffic

Reduction
35 Airports with 15.9% of European passenger traffic

Optimisation
21 airports with 19.5% of European passenger traffic

Neutrality
43 airports with 26% of European passenger traffic

Bulgaria
Varna

Croatia
Dubrovnik

France
Ancenis
Annecy
Auxerre
Brest
Bourges
Chalon
Chambery
Cherbourg
Clermont Ferrand
Dijon
Dinard
Grenoble
La Havre
Mayotte
Nimes
Poitiers Biard
Quimper
Reims
Saint-Nazaire
Tarbes - Lourdes
Toulon
Tours - Val de Loire
Toulouse Francazal
Toyes
Vannes Golfe du Morbihan

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Kefalonia
Mitilini
Rhodes
Thessaloniki

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Cagliari
Turin

Latvia
Riga

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Palanga
Kaunas

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Luxembourg

Malta
Malta

Norway
Kristiansand

Romania
Bucharest Baneasa

Spain
Alicante
Castellon
Menorca
Santiago

United Kingdom
Newquay

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Tirana

Belgium
Liege

Bulgaria
Sofia

Croatia
Zagreb

France
La RĂ©union Roland Garros
Marseille
Nantes
Rennes
Toulouse Blagnac

Iceland
Keflavik

Ireland
Cork
Dublin

Italy
Bergamo
Bologna
Verona

Lithuania
Vilnius

Portugal
Beja - Civil Terminal
Faro
Flores
Horta
Lisbon
Madeira
Porto
Porto Santo
Punto Delgrade
Santa Maria

Spain
Barcelona
Lanzarote
Madrid
Malaga
Palma de Mallorca

Slovenia
Ljubljana

Switzerland
Basel-Mulhouse

United Kingdom
Bristol

Austria
Vienna

Czech Republic
Prague

Finland
Enontekio
Ivalo
Kemi-Tornio
Kittila
Kuusamo
Rovaniemi

France
Paris Charles de Gaulle
Paris Orly
Paris le Bourget

Germany
Dusseldorf
Frankfurt
Hamburg
Munich
Stuttgart

Kosovo
Prishtina

Romania
Bucharest

Switzerland
Zurich

United Kingdom
London City
London Heathrow

Belgium
Brussels

Cyprus
Larnaca
Paphos

Finland
Helsinki Vantaa

France
Cannes
Lyon
Nice
Saint Tropez

Greece
Athens

Hungary
Budapest Henri Coanda

Italy
Milan Linate
Milan Malpensa
Naples
Rome Ciampino
Rome Fiumicino
Treviso
Venice

Netherlands
Amsterdam Schiphol
Eindhoven

Norway
Bergen
Oslo
Stavanger
Trondheim

Sweden
Stockholm-Arlanda
Stockholm-Bromma
Umea
Goteborg Landvetter
Malmo
Are Ostersund
Lulea
Ronneby
Visby
Kiruna

Switzerland
Geneva

Turkey
Ankara Esenboga
Antalya
Izmir Adnan Menderes

United Kingdom
East Midlands
Farnborough
London Gatwick
Manchester
London Stansted