Basler Airport supports offsetting greenhouse gas emissions

Basel Airport (Photo: Aero Icarus).
Basel Airport (Photo: Aero Icarus).

Basler Airport supports offsetting greenhouse gas emissions

Basel Airport (Photo: Aero Icarus).
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Yesterday, EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, in cooperation with the myclimate foundation, provided a new service with which passengers can offset the CO2 emissions of their flights.

You can now get to one on the airport website Calculator (only for Germany), which determines the CO2 footprint of a flight and the amount required to offset it. This compensation takes place through global projects of the company, which contribute to the reduction of the greenhouse gas effects. “We appreciate that EuroAirport is now offering passengers an easy way to take responsibility for the emissions of their flight,” said Stephen Neff, CEO of myclimate.

“The partnership with myclimate complements the measures already taken by the airport to reduce CO2 emissions, such as the purchase of green electricity and the continuous replacement of the vehicle fleet with e-vehicles,” says airport director Matthias Suhr.

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