Inside Heathrow 2.0: One week left to register for webinar featuring Airport’s chief executive

Taking place on Monday 23 April, edie's next webinar will see Heathrow Airport's chief executive and director of sustainability join representatives from Business in The Community and The Climate Group to provide a progress update on the 'Heathrow 2.0' sustainability plan.

In 2017, Heathrow unveiled its plan for sustainable growth: Heathrow 2.0, a bold and wide-ranging strategy that seeks to decouple business expansion from carbon emissions and accelerate the shift towards a sustainable future for aviation.

One year on from the launch of that strategy, what has changed? How is this statement of intent being met by positive actions across a range of social, environmental and economic issues?

On Monday 23 April at 1pm-2pm (BST)edie’s next webinar will discuss the annual update report for Heathrow 2.0, just hours after its launch. 

The webinar will bring together Heathrow’s chief executive John Holland-Kaye and director of sustainability Matthew Gorman with Business in the Community chief executive Amanda Mackenzie and The Climate Group’s corporate partnerships director Mike Peirce, to discuss how Heathrow’s new super-strategy is helping to transform the business, for good.

Key discussion points of the Heathrow 2.0 webinar include:

  • Building the business case for sustainable growth
  • Setting out and working towards ambitious new sustainability targets
  • Achieving transformational change through colleague and community engagement
  • Building on successes, and learning from failures, to ensure continual improvement


Chaired by edie and incorporating a live audience Q&A, the webinar will be free to watch live at 1pm on Monday 23 April, and will be made available to view on-demand afterwards.


If you have any questions for the expert speakers about the progress Heathrow is making with its Heathrow 2.0 strategy, please leave a comment below and we will do our best to ask them all during the Q&A section of the webinar. 

edie staff

Comments (2)

  1. Tim Henderson says:

    What progress has been made with Sustainability Plan Goal 6.2 ?
    launch a cycling plan and strayegy in 2017 ?
    deliver cycling infrastructure into the Central Terminal Area in 2017 ?
    Still waiting…….

  2. graeme warnell says:

    What sustainable solutions are being put in place for the management of the additional hydrocarbon and glycol run off into the wetlands the expansion of Heathrow will create. Are sustainable solutions being implemented " proactively" to reduce the creation of contamination or "reactively" to deal with the additional contamination that will be result of larger and busier facility in the future.

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