Mexican government raises $ 4 billion in green bonds to finance new international airport
10/09/2018 Since 2 years
Several airports around the world are working on a readjustment of their lighting systems to gradually reduce their CO2 footprint. In Mexico, more airports are expected to meet the ‘Airport Carbon Accreditation’, a nine-years-old initiative that already includes 246 airports around the world. Tijuana and Puerto Vallarta airports already count with this accreditation.
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