Thursday, September 8, 2016

Pristina Airport gets carbon accreditation


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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