1. Singapore could reduce Changi Airport's air-con carbon footprint, in bid to become sustainable air hub  CNA
  2. Cleaner vehicles, greener air-conditioning to be studied to lower Changi Airport's carbon footprint  The Straits Times
  3. Panel issues 15 recommendations for Singapore to decarbonise air transport sector  Flightglobal
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This is part of 15 recommended measures - which include embracing more expensive sustainable aviation fuel - to transform the aviation sector.This is part of 15 recommended measures - which include embracing more expensive sustainable aviation fuel - to transform the aviation sector.

Singapore could reduce Changi Airport's air-con carbon footprint, in bid to become sustainable air hub - CNA

Panel give 15 recommendations on how to make airport, airlines and air traffic management here greener. Read more at straitstimes.com.Panel give 15 recommendations on how to make airport, airlines and air traffic management here greener. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Cleaner vehicles, greener air-conditioning to be studied to lower Changi Airport's carbon footprint | The Straits Times

Chaired by Airport International Group CEO, Nicolas Claude, the meeting addressed several relevant topics, with particular emphasis on QAIA’s carbon management and accreditationChaired by Airport International Group CEO, Nicolas Claude, the meeting addressed several relevant topics, with particular emphasis on QAIA’s carbon management and accreditation

Airport International Group conducts environment, social, health and safety committee quarterly meeting outlining a roadmap for transforming QAIA Into a Net-Zero Airport

A 20-member international advisory panel has submitted a list of recommendations to the Singapore government on decarbonising the aviation sector and building up a sustainable air hub.A 20-member international advisory panel has submitted a list of recommendations to the Singapore government on decarbonising the aviation sector and building up a sustainable air hub.

Panel issues 15 recommendations for Singapore to decarbonise air transport sector | News | Flight Global

Lim Ching Kiat, managing director for air hub development at Changi Airport Group, shares his insights on sustainability.Lim Ching Kiat, managing director for air hub development at Changi Airport Group, shares his insights on sustainability.

Changi knows it takes a community to be sustainable - Payload Asia