Thursday, September 8, 2016

Pristina Airport gets carbon accreditation

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Pristina Airport has become the latest to begin its Airport Carbon Accreditation, an independent, voluntary program which aims at reducing CO2 emissions at airports. Pristina Airport joined at the Level 1 Mapping phase, which means it has measured its carbon footprint and determined the sources of emissions . Subsequent phases include reduction, optimisation and neutrality. Accredited airports in the former Yugoslavia include Dubrovnik (mapping), Ljubljana (reduction) and Zagreb (reduction).

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