As sustainable travel becomes a bigger priority, many companies are looking at how they can change their travel habits and set targets to reduce their travel emissions. In some cases, companies choose to join corporate initiatives which help to structure or develop standards and solutions to these problems.
But what do these initiatives actually do, and how are they contributing to changing the way companies travel? During this Climate Week event, we will be hearing about the work of these initiatives and the companies who are involved in them.
Amy Malaki, Head of Sustainability and Policy at SkyNRG
Amy Malaki is Head of Policy and Sustainability at SkyNRG, a global leader in sustainable aviation fuel production and supply. SkyNRG have a corporate program (Board Now) which allows corporates to reduce aviation emissions while also supporting the sustainable transition of the aviation industry.
Fenna Plaisier, Mobility Lead, Natuur & Milieu
Fenna is the Mobility Lead at Dutch NGO Natuur & Milieu (Nature and Environment). Natuur & Milieu have been working closely with the Anders Reizen (Travel Differently) corporate coalition, which encourages participating businesses to commit to taking action to change their travel habits.
Lauren Uppink Calderwood, Head of Aviation, Travel and Tourism at the World Economic Forum.
Lauren Uppink Calderwood is Head of Aviation, Travel and Tourism at the World Economic Forum, where she drives thought leadership, industry strategy and action on sustainability and climate change, travel security, pandemic recovery and the impact of technology on the sector. To accelerate decarbonisation of the aviation sector, Uppink Calderwood leads the Clean Skies for Tomorrow Initiative, a global, cross-value-chain coalition working to facilitate the transition to net-zero flying by 2050.
Loek Dalmeijer, Group Sustainability Manager, APG
Loek has worked in the food, energy and finance sectors on sustainability related advisory, sales and staff functions. Since 2020 he is Group Sustainability Officer and responsible for sustainability at APG, a Dutch pension fund provider with about 3,500 employees, over 600 billion euros under management and serving almost 5 million beneficiaries. APG is currently a member of the Anders Reizen Coalition and SkyNRG’s Board Now program.
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