Transparent noise management and community engagement in the Ljubljana airport area (2020)
On 12 December 2019, the ANIMA project organised a workshop on transparent noise management and community engagement in airport areas in Kranj, near Ljubljana. Just a few kilometres away from Ljubljana airport, one can better understand the impact an airport has on the citizens in its vicinity. Therefore, this workshop wanted to explore the relationship between the airport stakeholders and the local authorities and communities. It is crucial to understand that it does all start with transparent communication.
With this report, we hope to encourage you to participate in EU funded projects, inspire you to develop innovative ideas on how to overcome sustainability challenges in your region and finally, introduce you to some funding opportunities which you can use already from now.
This document is a summary of Landside Airport Accessibility project final document "LAirA Transnational Strategy – Guidelines on Low Carbon Emission Landside Accessibility to Airports". Also, it presents detailed mobility solutions at LAirA airports (Budapest, Milan, Poznan, Modlin, Vienna, Stuttgart and Dubrovnik).
LAirA Transnational Strategy – Guidelines on Low Carbon Emission Landside Accessibility to Airports (2020)
The Transnational Strategy is the third and final phase of the LAirA project, focusing on identifying actions for sustainable land transport and access at LAirA airports with the final objective of reducing the CO2 emissions. In order to achieve this goal, the strategy brings together local and regional authorities and airports to build their capacity and facilitate joint planning and implementation of low carbon mobility solutions.
This report is done in continuation of the event "Sustainable Fuels for Aviation in Europe", which took place in ARC premises in Brussels, 27 November 2019. The event gathered over 200 attendees including airlines, airports, private sector representatives, European Commission officials, cities and regions representatives, social society and policy-makers.