Inside Heathrow 2.0: Building a strategy for sustainability leadership

23 April 2018

Inside Heathrow 2.0: Building a strategy for sustainability leadership -

In 2017, Heathrow Airport unveiled Heathrow 2.0 - a bold and wide-ranging new CSR strategy that seeks to decouple business growth 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? And how is Heathrow planning to achieve that “aspirational” goal of carbon-neutral growth?

This webinar brings together Heathrow Airport’s chief executive and director of sustainability along with external sustainable business experts to discuss how Heathrow’s new super-strategy can transform the business, for good.

Key discussion points:

  • 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


Introduction and chair:


Luke Nicholls

Content director, edie




John Holland-Kaye

Chief executive, Heathrow Airport


Matthew Gorman

Sustainability and Environment director, Heathrow Airport


Amanda Mackenzie OBE

Chief executive, Business in the community (BITC)


Mike Peirce

Corporate partnerships director, The Climate Group


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