Chicago, IL, 2020-Oct-13 — /Travel PR News/ — The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) and the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) invite you to Save the Date for Airports Going Green 2020.
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM CST (UTC -6)
There is no fee to attend this event, but registration is required.
Registration will open October 13, 2020 at www.airportsgoinggreen.org
LEED credits for continuing education are offered for this event.
Panel Session: The Path Forward for Sustainability: How to use sustainability initiatives as a driver toward recovery from the effects of COVID-19
10:30 AM CST (UST -6)
Join airports, airlines, and stakeholders as they discuss key issues facing our industry today:
· How not to lose momentum during this time when budgets are being cut and funding priorities may be elsewhere
· How to assess the value of sustainability programs in the long-term
· How to be nimble and thrive in the short-term, while still working toward meeting long-term goals
· How to determine what to invest in now – how to determine which projects make sense in a COVID world
· How to work with tenants and stakeholders in the effort to keep momentum going
Airports Going Green 2020 Awards Ceremony
11:45 AM CST (UST -6)
Join us in celebrating sustainability accomplishments in the aviation industry. Each year, the Chicago Department of Aviation is proud to recognize projects, programs, initiatives and individuals that exemplify sustainability leadership in the aviation industry.
Speakers will be announced soon! Check www.airportsgoinggreen.org for updates.
The Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA) founded the Airports Going Green conference in 2007 to foster information-sharing and partnerships among peer airports, aviation thought leaders, and all other stakeholders who share in a vision for aviation sustainability. Co-hosted by AAAE, this annual conference has welcomed attendees to participate in key discussions with airport business partners, government leaders, and top-level speakers from around the world.
Source: Chicago Department of Aviation