Narita Sets Out Mid-Long Term Strategy towards Net Zero Airport by 2050
- 29 Mar 2021
Narita International Airport Corporation has established “Sustainable NRT 2050”, to set out the direction of our initiatives leading up to fiscal year 2050, which will be the developed version of Eco-Airport Vision 2030 announced in April 2016.
This is the first time in Japan that an airport operator has set a net zero target for the operating company and numerical targets for reducing CO2 emissions among its stakeholders for the entire airport.
In light of the changes in the environment surrounding airports, the NAA Group will not only take action as a group, but will also strengthen cooperation with stakeholders to address their aligned actions to mitigate climate change together with all parties involved at Narita Airport.
FY2050 Targets (Long-Term)
- NAA Group will achieve net zero corporate CO2 emissions.
- Aim to reduce Narita Airport's CO2 emissions by 50% compared to fiscal year 2015.
FY2030 Targets (Mid-Term)
- NAA Group will reduce its CO2 by 30% compared to fiscal year 2015.
- Aim to reduce Narita Airport's CO2 emissions per flight by 30% compared to fiscal year 2015.
- Determined "Next Actions" for NAA to further the reduction of CO2.
- Functionality Enhancement at Narita Airport will continue to promote initiatives to reduce environmental impact.
Initiatives for Achieving the Goals of “Sustainable NRT 2050”
At Narita Airport, we will set and carry out environmental initiatives in four categories: Community environment initiatives, resource recycling initiatives, climate change initiatives and environment management.
Sustainable NRT 2050” sets medium- and long-term numerical targets for reducing CO2 emissions for all stakeholders at Narita Airport to pursue and continue their efforts to further advance "climate change initiatives”.
View the full press release here.