This masterclass will provide a high-level overview of what sustainability means and how aviation can address it from an environmental, economic and social perspective with a special focus on air cargo. The presenters will guide you on how to identify short, medium and long-term solutions in the air cargo world and ensure you communicate efficiently both internally and externally about these initiatives.
Prof. Dr. Michael Hopkins is both an academic and a businessman, as well as a widely published author on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability. Since leaving the United Nations in 1988, Michael has established and managed MHC International Ltd (MHCi), a Research and Advisory company on CSR and Sustainability, with headquarters in London, UK. Michael has also been involved in various aviation-related initiatives on sustainability.
Maga Ramasamy has an MBA with a focus on Airline CSR/Sustainability and is the former Head of Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility at Air Mauritius. He is much involved in promoting Airline Sustainability and Social Responsibility through his continuing position as the President of the World Airlines Clubs Association and he formed part of the IATA CSR Task Force.
IATA Guest Speaker
The IATA Guest Speaker will address air cargo industry sustainability progress, as well as innovation and sustainability in air cargo.
Course Code: WWEB-02
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1 daily LIVE session:
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The key topics that are covered during this Masterclass include:
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Please note: There are no certificates provided for attending this Masterclass.