We mean business: by 2030 Munich Airport will become one of Germany's first CO2-neutral airports. That means: We are going to reduce our attributable co2 emission by 60% and compensate the remaining 40%. To achieve that, Munich Airport plans investments of about 150 million euros between now and 2030 – even if these expenditures cannot be funded always through savings.
Any climate protection measures must ensure that the system for recording the various emissions is both reliable and lends itself to international comparisons. The so-called carbon footprint attributed to an airport, namely the breakdown of all greenhouse gas emissions.
In order to reduce its carbon emissions continously, Munich Airport assumes responsibility for climate protection in many different projects and measures. For its commitment to climate protection, Munich Airport has been awarded several times. In addition, Munich Airport is invovled in several partner projects to promote the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.