Focused on a lower carbon future

What do an airport in Spain and an aircraft operator in Brazil have in common? They’ve both collaborated with Air BP in reducing the carbon impact of their operations.

Along with BP Target Neutral – BP’s voluntary carbon offsetting programme – we are proud to have teamed up with both Teruel Airport (TEV/ LETL) in Spain and Avantto Aircraft Administration in Brazil to offset carbon emissions from aviation fuel. 

To mark its fifth anniversary, Teruel Airport (TEV/ LETL) was able to net its emissions from aviation fuel supplied by Air BP to zero for the month of May. Similarly, São Paulo-based Avantto Aircraft Administration has committed to offsetting carbon emissions from its use of aviation fuel in the business sector through BP Target Neutral for one year. It started the scheme on 1 June. 

How does BP Target Neutral work? The initiative has been designed to help reduce, replace and neutralise carbon emissions. It balances emissions from aviation fuel by enabling customers and partners like you to purchase carbon credits from projects around the world that have reduced emissions. 

Projects within BP Target Neutral’s portfolio are chosen based on their contribution to UN Sustainable Development Goals and are independently verified and monitored in line with the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA) Code of Best Practice. They include a variety of programmes ranging from the installation of hydropower plants in rural China to biogas initiatives in India.