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Reducing the carbon footprint of the vehicle fleet Aéroports de Paris has 234 clean service vehicles (electrical and hybrid) and 315 charging points at its airports. Groupe ADP’s aim is for clean vehicles to account for 25% of its light vehicle fleet by 2020 (23.8% at the end of 2017). Aéroports de Paris and the subsidiary, Hub One, offer their employees ecodriving training with a dual objective: prevention of road risks and reduction in fuel consumption. Facilitating access to platforms Aéroports de Paris is working with various entities in charge of public transport at the airports to identify actions to improve access to airports. Fully committed to the success of the Paris 2024 Olympics Games, Groupe ADP has taken investment decisions to facilitate access to the airport platforms (CDG Express project) and support the Grand Paris Express project which plans for the creation of three stations on the Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly areas. Adaptation to climate change Since 2014, specific attention has been paid to the “natural environment” risk. It was the subject of a specific mapping in 2016, with an update planned for 2018. Groupe ADP also evaluated the financial risks linked to its greenhouse gas emissions and took measures to reduce these by integrating a low carbon strategy in all areas of its activity. The adaptation measures identified are based on the following actions: activity continuity plan, management of extreme climate conditions, water management. By regularly assessing climate risks, Groupe ADP can update its adaptation strategy and, in the spirit of continuous improvement, it is exploring new practices enabling it to respond appropriately to the risk of future changes in the natural environment, as part of the current risk management framework. Protection of biodiversity Groupe ADP occupies more than 6,000 hectares of land in Ile-de-France and is directly involved in the protection of biodiversity, which is one of the six priorities of its 2016-2020 environmental and energy policy. Integrated into the company’s strategy, the protection of biodiversity is based on the following three areas: ◆ define and deploy an ecological land development plan; ◆ conduct a biodiversity study for structural projects and for all airports; ◆ continue to reduce, by 50%, the consumption of phytosanitary products between 2008 and 2020. These actions are, for the majority, conducted with partners, for example the Hop! association. Biodiversité, which helps take a census of the biodiversity of species living at the Paris-Orly and Paris-Charles de Gaulle airports, with scientific support from the National Natural History Museum. Launched in 2016 for Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, the Development , landscape and biodiversity study is being rolled-out for Paris-Le Bourget and Paris-Orly airports. Paris-Orly airport no longer uses phytosanitary products to maintain its green areas next to runways.
◆ ground handling vehicles used by external companies and required for all aircraft logistics on the ground; ◆ home-work travel for all platform employees; ◆ professional travel for employees of Aéroports de Paris; ◆ passenger journeys to reach and leave platforms; ◆ other sources (internal waste management, third party electricity). These scope 3 emissions for 2017 will be calculated during the first half- year of 2018. In 2017, air traffic was up by 4.4% in number of passengers in 2017 compared to 2016 and down 0.4% in number of movements. A virtual stability of aircraft emissions is expected in 2017 compared to aircraft emissions in 2016. Emissions (scope 1 and 2) fromGroupe ADP’s subsidiaries and investments in 2016 for the majority owned subsidiaries or those over which Groupe ADP has operational control (accounted for in Groupe ADP’s scopes 1 and 2); and ◆ around 48,800 tonnes of CO 2 for subsidiaries and investments over which the Group does not have operational control and which are consolidated in proportion to Groupe ADP’s financial investment at 31/12/2016 2 (accounted for in Groupe ADP’s scope 3). The 2016 3 CO 2 emission and greenhouse gas balance and the emission reduction action plan are available on the website www.groupeadp.fr , Group section, CSR tabs, Documents page, as well as on Ademe’s GHG platform. The mobility plan To help employees to better manage their mobility and reduce the environmental impact of their home-work and professional travel, in particular greenhouse gas emissions, Groupe ADP deployed a mobility plan 4 in 2005. It also actively contributes, with its airport partners, to the inter-company mobility plans of its airports, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris- Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. The 2016-2018 plan includes around ten actions to optimise the organisation of work, develop electromobility and active modes and make employees more aware of sustainable mobility. All the information, tools and documents on this issue are available on a dedicated intranet site. Inter-company mobility plans have also been implemented with the companies present at the airports, since 2011 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, 2012 at Paris-Orly and 2013 at Paris-Le Bourget. Shared initiatives were estimated for 2016 1 to: ◆ around 710 tonnes of CO 2
contribute to improving airport access. Collaborative tools in action
To reduce employees’ professional travel, Groupe ADP provides a network of 70 video-conference rooms. Since 2010, over 6,000 IT positions equipped with the Skype Entreprise system have been installed for audio or videoconferencing and to share documents online. Employees may also work remotely from free access working positions spread across the different sites.
1 2017 data not available yet for the publication of the document. The results will be published in the 2017 CSR information. 2 Excluding TAV Construction, sold in 2017. 3 2017 data not available yet for the publication of the document. The results will be published in the 2017 CSR information. 4 Change in the Corporate Travel Plan (PDE).
AÉROPORTS DE PARIS REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2017
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