Which airports are investing in environmental measures?

With another batch of scare stories about melting Arctic ice, airports again must brace themselves for a further round of what has, like security spending, become a very significant cost item. This short report highlights examples of the proposals for, uptake of, and spending on, environmental measures by airports in the six months from Mar-2012 to Aug-2012 – the mundane, the innovative and the faintly comical (such as waterless urinals, a compost programme and the recycling of cooking oil) – that have come to the attention of CAPA. Two of the notable trends are an increase in the use of solar panels and of electric vehicles and attendant charging stations.

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