Munich Airport has been recognised for its effective climate change efforts by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), an international organisation that supports companies and cities with the disclosure of environmental data.
The CDP rates organisations that demonstrate strong performance in reducing CO 2 emissions, thus helping to limit the rise in global temperatures. In the latest CDP annual report, Munich led the field of participating European airports.
Munich made the switch to energy-saving LED lighting, saving more than 1,000 tonnes of emissions per year in illumination of ramp areas and a further 3,600 tonnes in its buildings. The airport is also making a rapid transition to electric vehicles in its ground fleet.
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