Edinburgh Airport Ltd has commissioned Carbon Masters to measure its organisational carbon footprint. The work carried out builds on previous carbon footprint reports and advances the methodology to increase accuracy and transparency. This report is based on 2011 data and enables Edinburgh Airport to compare their performance against previous years (back to 2008), monitor the organisation's progress in relation to their carbon management strategy, and also plan ahead for future carbon emission reductions.
Download Carbon Masters full technical report for 2011 (571KB PDF)
Edinburgh Airport is also a member of the May Day network. Founded in 2007 by HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, the Mayday network is the largest collection of businesses and organisations that have made a commitment to take action on climate change and to influence others to do the same. Joining the network is completely FREE and easy to do, so join now and you can make a real difference to the environment and your bottom line. Visit sbcscot.com for more information
View the Scottish Climate Change Bill 2009