Taste of Travel

TUESDAY JUNE 6 Taste of Travel Theatre, Hamburg 15.00– 16.00. INNOVATING SUPPLY CHAINS – HOW TO OVERCOME BARRIERS TO EMBRACE CIRCULARITY.

As the aviation industry strives to meet its Net Zero targets it will have to tackle the difficult issue of International Cabin Waste – the on-going, yet silent, issue undermining our efforts to decarbonise the sector.

 

Join The Aviation Sustainability Forum (ASF) – a ‘Not for Profit’ bringing together representatives from across aviation – for a look at how to take the first step towards a ‘root and branch’ reassessment of how we can significantly reduce inflight waste and improve circularity.

 

The ASF will convene experts from beyond the aviation sector to discuss how they have driven change across their respective supply chains, navigated complex regulatory environments with success and how other industries – including aviation – can follow suit.

 

The session will finish with an audience Q&A.

 

MODERATOR: Matt Crane, Aviation Sustainability Forum, Founding Member

Now or Never

Read all about the continuing work of the ASF and the reason why we need the inflight supply chain to come together from our Head of Membership and former Head of Global Supply Chain, British Airways – Karen MacKenzie

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The Aviation Sustainability Forum (ASF), a not-for-profit organisation aiming to improve sustainability in aviation, has today announced the appointment of international strategy consultancy Stonehaven and its sustainability firm Robertsbridge in London and Singapore. The partnership with Stonehaven and Robertsbridge will help to bolster the ASF’s sustainability capabilities and help drive plans to reduce cabin waste, standardise materials and improve circularity.

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