Asian and Mideast Airports Reduce C02 Emissions

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Sixty-four Asia-Pacific and Mideast airports reduced their Scope 1 and Scope 2 carbon emissions by 163,000 tons in the year from May 2021, according to ACI Asia-Pacific. The 64 airports are based in 23 countries and territories that handle more than 40% of air traffic in the Asia-Pacific and Mideast. They achieved the carbon reductions under the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation program. The number of airports participating in that scheme increased by 12% from the previous year.

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