Montréal-Trudeau International Airport receives Airport Carbon Accreditation

Earlier this month, Montréal-Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport became the first airport in Canada to achieve accreditation under the Airport Carbon Accreditation program for their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions management efforts!  ACI-NA congratulates Montreal for being only the second airport in the North American region to receive such recognition.

Airport Carbon Accreditation is an independent, voluntary program developed by ACI Europe, designed to allow the assessment and recognition of participating airports’ efforts to manage and reduce their CO₂ emissions.  The program is administered by WSP Environment & Energy, an international consultancy to enforce the accreditation criteria for airports on an annual basis. The administration of the program is overseen by an Advisory Board.  As of November 2014, Airport Carbon Accreditation became a global program and is available to all ACI member airports.

Click here for the Aéroports de Montréal press release.

Click here to learn more about the Airport Carbon Accreditation program.

For questions please contact Katherine Preston, Senior Director Environmental Affairs, at kpreston@aci-na.org.