Sydney Airport achieves Level 2 carbon accreditation

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Sydney Airport in Australia has been awarded the Airports Council International’s (ACI) Level 2 Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) for its efforts in mapping, managing and reducing its carbon emissions.

ACA recognizes the efforts made by airports in reducing carbon emissions by awarding four different levels of certification – mapping, reduction, optimization and neutrality.

Kerrie Mather, CEO and managing director at Sydney Airport, said, “Sydney Airport is committed to operating sustainably as well as efficiently, including working to minimize our impact on the environment and meeting voluntary global commitments for reducing our carbon emissions.

“We’re delighted to receive recognition for our carbon management program and progress on reducing our carbon footprint by achieving Level Two ACA.

“We’ll continue to work to reduce our carbon footprint, delivering beneficial environmental outcomes and increasing efficiency across the airport.”

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