Attached as a pdf is Heathrow's 2.0 Connecting People and Planet doc.
With growing pressure on the aviation industry to become more sustainable it is always interesting to see how airports are responding. With Heathrow's latest sustainability strategy, released in February 2022, it gives an insight to how the industry is aiming to react.
Looking into their Net-Zero Aviation section it is interesting to see the following.
The two main goals Heathrow have set.
OBJECTIVE: Net Zero in the Air - GOAL: Up to 15% cut in carbon by 2030 compared to 2019
OBJECTIVE: Net Zero on the ground - GOAL: At least 45% cut in carbon by 2030 compared to 2019
Targets set to reach their goals.
Net Zero in the Air
Cut up to 1% of ‘in the air’ carbon emissions by 2030 through more efficient operations and modernising airspace
Cut up to 8% of ‘in the air’ carbon emissions by 2030 through improvements to conventional aircraft
Cut up to 7% of ‘in the air’ carbon emissions by 2030 through use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Net Zero on the Ground Targets
87% cut in carbon emissions from airport vehicles by 2030
Cut supply chain carbon emissions by 36% by 2030
Heathrow buildings and infrastructure to be zero carbon by the mid-2030s