Airport Carbon

Following the Paris Agreement in 2015 and the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) commitment to curb aviation emissions, it is now essential that airports clearly demonstrate their commitment and take concrete, visible action to improve their energy management and reduce emissions.

The Voluntary ACA Program,
created by Airport Council
International (ACI)

The aviation industry is no exception to understanding the importance of reducing pollution and the environmental impact and takes its responsibilities seriously. Climate change, air pollution and noise annoyance are high on the agenda of aviation stakeholders. As a high-growth industry contributing to the global economy, the aviation sector must be seen to be taking every possible action to mitigate its environmental impacts, if it is to continue its growth without constraints.

We are pleased to present a list of airports that have successfully obtained Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) in collaboration with Envisa. These airports have demonstrated their commitment to addressing and reducing their carbon emissions, contributing to a more sustainable aviation industry.

ADP (CDG) - Abidjan - Amman - Angoulême - Aurillac - Bahrain - Belgrade - Brazzaville - Brest - Bruxelles-National - Caen - Carcassonne - Central Japan Airport (Chubu Centrair) -
Chambéry - Clermont - Cluj - Deauville - Grand Nancy - Grenoble - Héliport de Monaco - Kansai International Airport - Kenya Airports Authority - Kobe Airport - La Rochelle - Le Havre - Le Puy en Velay - Libreville - Liège - Lille - Limoges - Luxembourg - Lyon Bron - Lyon St Exupery - Monaco - Nantes - Narita - Osaka International Airport - Pau - Pays d'Ancenis - Poitiers - Perpignan - Quimper - Rennes - Riyadh - Rouen - St Nazaire - Tarbes - Toulon

Envisa can help airports organise, plan and
prepare for accreditation. We have a highly
experienced team of multidisciplinary
environmental consultants and project
managers who have been working in the
aviation industry for many years.

From defining the organisational
boundaries of the study,to computing
the carbon dioxide emissions from all
sources, our team has accompanied
many airports around the world with
the accreditation process at all levels,
from Mapping (Level 1) to Transition
(Level 4+).