Delhi airport to become net zero carbon emission airport by 2030, says DIAL
The Delhi airport will become a net zero carbon emission facility by 2030, said its operator DIAL on Tuesday. Achieving "carbon neutral" or "net zero carbon emission" status refers to a policy of not increasing carbon emissions and of achieving carbon reduction through offsets, it stated in a release.
The announcement about the 2030 target was made by Videh Kumar Jaipuriar, CEO, of Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), through a video message on November 10 at the COP26 event in Glasgow.
In a statement on Tuesday, Jaipuriar stated: "At Delhi Airport, we are on a strong environment progress journey and we are confident to becoming 'net zero carbon emission' airport by 2030, following the Airport Carbon Accreditation guidelines."
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