- This event has passed.
New York City Chapter – Sustainability Best Practices: A Discussion on How to Manage the Climate Impact of Business Travel
Apr 21 @ 5:30 am - 6:30 am - EDT
A snapshot into how companies are currently reducing emissions from their corporate travel programs.
Companies are practicing a wide range of strategies to decarbonize their travel programs. These include, among others: demand management policies, better point-of-booking information to nudge employees to select lower carbon options, partnering with responsible transport and accommodations providers, investing in low-carbon technologies, tracking emissions against a set baseline, and purchasing carbon offsets. But which solutions are truly driving change and allowing companies to continue to travel for business when necessary, while reducing their climate impact?
GBTA will provide a snapshot into how companies are currently mitigating their emissions from business travel (scope 3.6) – including key ingredient for success, types of measures currently at disposal and their various pros and cons, including barriers thar require collective multi-stakeholder action to accelerate progress.
Delphine Millot is SVP Sustainability and Advocacy for GBTA and Managing Director of the GBTA Foundation. Based in NYC, she joined GBTA in January 2022 to set-up a climate action initiative for the industry and re-launch the GBTA Foundation – with the mission to catalyze action in the global business travel industry to create a positive impact and better future for people and the planet. Before joining GBTA, Delphine was heading the International Public Affairs Division of Grayling, a global consulting firm specialized in strategic communications and government affairs. Delphine holds a Masters in Public Administration from the Institute of Political Science of Strasbourg, France and a MPA in International Policy and Sustainable Management from Columbia University.
Fanny Everard is the Sustainability Program Manager at GBTA. She has a background in Business and Economics with a MA in Climate Change and Societal Impact from the Columbia University Climate School. Before GBTA, Fanny worked for the UN World Food Program in Rome, Italy where she held an operations and logistics role, ensuring food security for the West Africa region. She is the lead GBTA liaison on the Corporate Sustainability Benchmarking project, to help partners and members decarbonize their travel policies, and develop GBTA’s internal greening efforts.
3:30 PM – Registration
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM – General Session
Followed by Presentation, Items of Discussion Include: Sustainability Best PracticesResults of GBTA’s benchmarking exercise with leading corporates
5:00 PM -6:00 PM Reception
(Event Space attached to the Hyatt Union Square New York)
76 E 13th St, New York, NY 10003
Library of the Distilled Spirits
(Lobby Bar at the Hyatt Union Square New York)
134 Fourth Avenue, New York, NY 10003