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06 July 2015   125 airports report on their progress in airport industry’s global climate change programme

[July 6, 2015 - Hong Kong, Brussels, Casablanca, Washington DC, Panama & Montreal] Following the global airport industry’s commitment to reduce its carbon emissions made 7 years ago*, the intervening years since then have seen a groundswell of airports become part of the industry carbon management initiative, Airport Carbon Accreditation. As the calendar counts down to the climate change negotiations at COP21 in Paris at the end of this year, the airport industry trade body, Airports Council International this week released the annual results for the programme covering the period June 2014 to June 2015 – the very first time since it became the global carbon standard for airports.

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