The 4th edition of MACE officially receives certificate confirming it as a Carbon Neutral event
The fourth edition of the Malta Aviation Conference & Expo (MACE), held earlier this year, has officially received its carbon footprint offsetting certificate for the second year in a row.
Apart from bringing together key industry professionals from around the globe, MACE insists on advancing sustainability objectives within the aviation industry. For this reason, the MACE’s Founders ensured to offset the event’s carbon footprint. Working with Azzera, an innovative provider of carbon offsetting and compliance solutions, MACE can confirm that it has offset 100% of the emissions generated by this year’s event, meaning a total of 24 tons of CO2e.
Last year was the first time that MACE was completely carbon-neutral,” says Stanley Bugeja, Founding Partner, MACE. “This year, we have partnered with Azzera to continue our commitment to carbon neutrality. We are proud of this achievement and hope the MACE will set a new standard for aviation conferences worldwide.”
“We are very pleased to be working with MACE this year,” adds Puja Mahajan, CEO and Co-Founder, Azzera. “The organisers of this event are showing true leadership with their commitment to sustainability. Together, we have created a model that can be replicated to make carbon neutrality an aviation conference standard.”
Founded by business aviation veterans Puja Mahajan and Nick Houseman, Azzera was established to support companies in developing and implementing net-zero strategies effortlessly and immediately. Azzera’s one-of-a-kind online retail marketplace offers direct access to high quality offsets and the ability to fly carbon neutral today. Azzera’s services include emissions measurement, reduction strategies, voluntary offsetting, and compliance management – European Union emissions trading system (EU-ETS), Swiss ETS and UK ETS.