A world worth travelling
Delivering fair and sustainable air travel for future generations to enjoy
Our world is a joy to travel. But we must do more to protect it if we want to keep enjoying all it has to offer. First and foremost, we have to address carbon; air travel is a growing contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions and therefore to climate change.
As demand for flights grows, we must innovate and collaborate to find solutions to some of the problems our industry faces. As well as protecting our environment, Heathrow also has a responsibility to strive to end human and wildlife trafficking.
To rise to the challenge of climate change, Heathrow has set an ambitious aspiration: carbon neutral growth from our new runway. We’ve also set objectives to operate a zero-carbon airport and strive to end people and wildlife trafficking.
Heathrow 2.0 outlines how we plan to fulfil these goals and, wherever possible, drive similar progress across our industry.
Download our full plan for sustainable growth – Heathrow 2.0, here.
Heathrow 2.0, Heathrow’s sustainability leadership plan, has recently celebrated the anniversary of its launch. Read the full report on progress against the plan in the first year, here.