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Nowadays, airports around the world work collectively to decrease their local environmental impact through the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme. The objective of the programme is to reduce and ultimately neutralise airports’ carbon footprint.
Every year, Airport Carbon Accreditation releases an Annual Report, providing all the key figures from the previous 12 months, including the number of airports accredited, the collective reduction achieved and cases studies detailing some of the innovative and original ways that airports have achieved their accreditation.
The last Annual Report was diffused in mid-June at the ACI EUROPE Annual Assembly, Congress & Exhibition.
Based in Brussels, ACI EUROPE represents 500 airports in 45 European countries. In 2016, the ACI EUROPE members facilitate over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe: 2 billion passengers, 20 million tonnes of freight and 23.7 million aircraft movements.
These airports contribute to the employment of 12.3 million people, generating €675 billion each year (4.1%) of GDP in Europe.
The communication agency, Page in extremis is delighted to have participated in the creative development and the graphical production of the Annual Report.
Page in extremis has extensive expertise in communication with sensitive and environmental issues. The communication agency creates and refreshes human-centred brands and produces percussive digital and classic media.
Since 1994, the broad experience of the Belgian communication agency has advanced to more than five hundred annual reports.
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