India Aims to Make 121 Airports Carbon Neutral by 2025

India’s Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has announced India aims to make 121 airports carbon neutral by 2025

Civil Aviation

New Delhi. Twenty-five airports in the country are using 100 per cent green energy, while another 121 airports will be made carbon neutral by 2025,

“The emission contribution of the aviation industry has been under immense scrutiny. We have taken several measures to minimise the carbon footprint and mitigate emissions from the aviation industry,” said Scindia.

“We are encouraging our airports to use green energy by 2024 and achieve net zero by 2030. Twenty-five of our airports are already using 100 per cent green energy. Our target is to make another 121 airports carbon neutral by 2025,” he added.