Sustainable corporate travel: how the travel industry can help reduce its impact

7 April, 2021

Environmental sustainability has taken something of a back seat in the last 12 months as the world and the corporate travel industry has come to terms with the impact of the global pandemic. This important discussion though should not disappear and in fact be at the forefront of the industry's thinking as we begin to see recovery come back.

The pandemic has given us the option to review the industry's environmental footprint, reset our thinking and ultimately right some of the wrongs of the past. The question remains, what can the industry do to improve?

In a discussion during the Mar-2021 edition of CAPA Live - a monthly virtual summit, offering insights, information, data and live interviews with airline CEOs and industry executives across a next-gen virtual event platform - key members of the corporate world came together to discuss what new improvements are being implanted, what targets are being put in place and the expectations of travellers.

Under the stewardship of Troovo Technologies co-founder and CEO, Kurt Knackstedt, American Express Global Business Travel leader, strategic sales and sustainability, Rob Dell; and HRS director of enterprise solutions - Australasia & South East Asia, Philippa Johns, explored how important environmental sustainability is in 2021, looked at what technology exists to allow corporate programmes to make informed decisions about sustainability and highlighted how travel managers can prepare for a renewed emphasis on environmental sustainability.

CAPA Live is the most sought-after monthly global aviation event. Taking place on the second Wednesday of each month, thousands of industry colleagues from across the globe tune in for their monthly dose of aviation and travel news, analysis, and in-depth interviews with industry leaders. You can access the latest agenda and register to be part of its growing community to access the latest edition and archive content at: CAPA Live