The Malta Aviation Conference & Expo (MACE) 2021, an international aviation conference set to take-off on 26th October at the Westin Dragonara Hotel, has been declared as a carbon neutral event, it has announced.

This achievement was confirmed by Washington DC-based VERRA, which runs the Verified Carbon Standard programme and has previously collaborated with prominent organisations including the World Economic Forum.

MACE said it aims to supports the aviation industry’s social responsibility and commitment to a greener future in full respect of the environment.

It is in this spirit that its organisers announced they wanted to go that extra green mile to make the conference and expo carbon neutral.

Together with its supporting partners Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX), MACE has offset 100 per cent of the expected carbon emissions that will be generated through this conference, it said.

“MACE will be the first Maltese Aviation Conference which is completely carbon neutral. We are proud of this achievement and hope that it sets the standard for more aviation conferences and expos in the future,” said Stanley Bugeja, Joshua Zammit and Jonathan Dalli, Founding Partners of MACE.

With all COVID-19 precautions taken, the third edition of the conference is set to welcome participants in hybrid format.

While physical tickets for the conference have been sold out, those who have not yet purchased their ticket and would not like to miss out on the conference’s third edition, can still follow by purchasing their virtual ticket online.

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